2014D-SDahlbergLet

…in light of all available facts, unreasonable. In this instance, the doctrine of “apparent necessity” is critical to the analysis. CONCLUSION The issuance of this letter is somewhat unique in…

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2015letterCruz

…the same extent as actual or real necessity. Young v. People, 107 P. 274, (Colo. 1910). The question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Officer Cruz fired…

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NEW Memorial Sign information 2017

…the Denver District Attorney’s Office will produce, install, and maintain the sign, which will remain in place for two years from the initial date of installation. After two years, the…

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PS-04-03-Ikeda-Martinez-Salinas-_Jiron_

…a computer installed in a patrol car) and verified that Jiron had outstanding warrants for felony Sex Assault and Parole Violation. Officer Salinas told investigators that there were several “indicators”…

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2013GivensLetterWithProtocol

…of Morales and, as a result of these concerns, a security camera had been installed in the offices a few days before the incident in question.  Page 3 March…

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PS-07-05-12-Off.-Shawn-Miller—Abiakam

…in this case is whether, at the instant Officer Miller fired the shot that wounded Abiakam, he reasonably believed that Abiakam was directing or was about to direct deadly physical…

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PS-11-10-18-Offs-Tim-Sullivan—Derek-Hancock

…protect himself or another person. Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant the officers fired the shots, each of them reasonably believed that Sepulveda was…

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