PS-04-07-Off–Lucero-Galvin

…A firearm, whether loaded or unloaded; (II) A knife; (III) A bludgeon; or (IV) Any other weapon, device, instrument, material, or substance, whether animate or inanimate. In the instant case,…

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PS-04-15-03

…upon a peace officer acting in the scope of his official duties is neither arbitrary, capricious, nor unreasonable.” Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant…

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2016letterEidClarkBurkeCooper

… Page 12 May 27, 2016 CONCLUSION The questions presented in this case are whether, at the instant Officers Clark and Eid discharged their firearms, the legal justifications for using…

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PS-Hartvigson-March-03

…is whether, at the instant the officers fired the shots that killed Christopher Jones, they reasonably believed that Jones was directing or was about to direct deadly physical force against…

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PS-07-07-16-AgentJayHemphill-Final

…or inanimate. Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Agent Hemphill fired the shots that caused the death of Snyder, he reasonably believed that Snyder…

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PS-03-07-03

instantly. She perceived this motion to be as if to surrender. Ms. Gonzales said “it all happened real fast.” She said she did not know whether the first shot came…

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Decision-Letter-2015-South-Alcott

…P. 274, (Colo. 1910). CONCLUSION The question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Technicians Jones and Rambert discharged their firearms, the legal justifications for using deadly physical…

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PS-10-08-01-4950-Morrison-Road

…force that he reasonably believed to be necessary to protect himself or another person. Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant the officers fired the…

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