Prosecutors in Minnesota are arguing that the names and information of the jurors who convicted former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin should not be released.  The state Attorney General’s office filed a memorandum yesterday asking that the judge stick to his April 23rd order which sealed all of those details.  This comes after a media coalition filed a motion earlier this month asking for the information to be publicly released.  The presiding judge originally said he would revisit the issue no sooner than six months later to protect jurors from harassment.  The jury convicted Chauvin of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.