Two more former Minneapolis police officers who violated George Floyd's civil rights were given their sentences on Wednesday in federal court.

J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao were sentenced to three years (36 months) and three and a half years (42 months), respectively, in separate proceedings held about an hour apart in St. Paul.

This past February, both were found guilty of breaching Floyd's rights and deliberately failing to try to stop former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin from using undue force on Floyd.

Thomas Lane, the other ex-officer involved, was sentenced to two years and a half (thirty months) last week for violating Floyd's civil rights.

. Earlier this month, Chauvin was given a sentence of almost 20 years (245 months) in prison for violating Floyd's civil rights.

The sentencings close the federal prosecutions against the ex-officers, however, Kueng and Thao still face charges in state court, with trials scheduled for October.

Ross said, "Right now, I'm really disappointed," after court on Wednesday concluded. "I'm disappointed, but I think we have to take all these modest little wins and continue forward," she said.

Ross also appeared in court before each cop was sentenced, delivering some words of support to Kueng โ€” as she did Lane before his sentencing.