The sentencing date for former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin is moving to June 25th. Last week, a jury found Chauvin guilty on all three charges in the killing of George Floyd. Originally, Judge Peter Cahill announced the date would be June 16th, but a court spokesperson said the date was pushed back “due to a scheduling conflict.”   State law dictates that he can only be sentenced on the most serious charge, which is second-degree murder.   That charge carries a maximum sentence of 40 years, but experts believe he will get much less.