Legal experts explain the avenues for police reform and challenges in the way.

Horrifying images of George Floyd dying on a Minneapolis street while a police officer knelt on his neck have sparked peaceful protests and rioting throughout the country.

The latest in a string of killings of unarmed black Americans, the incident once again raises questions about training and the use of force by police and the ability of prosecutors to hold police accountable.

Here, Ron Tyler, professor of law and director of Stanford Law's Criminal Defense Clinic, and Suzanne Luban, clinical supervising attorney and lecturer in law, discuss the Floyd case and offer suggestions for a way forward:

Source: Sharon Driscoll for Stanford University

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