Decision-Letter-02-11-2015-re-Officer-Mullen

1 February 11, 2015 Randy Nelson, Chief of Police Thornton Police Department 9551 Civic Center Drive Thornton, CO 80229 RE: Investigation of shooting and injury to Adams County Sheriff’s Deputy…

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2016-West-Bates

…this case is whether, at the instant Officer Cronin discharged his weapon, the legal justifications for using deadly physical force as set forth in C.R.S. § 18-1-707(2) were applicable. I…

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2016letterDuncanFayles

…weapon and posed an imminent threat to him at the instant he fired his weapon. Similarly, we could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that it was unreasonable for Corporal…

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2013July5DreyfussInvestigation

…whether, at the instant the officer fired the shot that wounded or killed the person, the officer reasonably believed, and in fact believed, 14 | P a g e that…

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PS-09-12-13-Off-Kevin-Ford

…protect himself or another person. Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Officer Ford fired the shots that caused the death of Morales, they reasonably…

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Gessler-no-true-bill

…Discretionary Fund. In some instances, such as a request for reimbursement for expenses of $701.78 dated August 22, 2011, Secretary of State Gessler provided a memorandum to Ms. Lizotte and…

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2015letterDiManna

…396-397 Plumhoff v. Rickard, 134 S.Ct. 2012, ____ (2014) 11 The question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Officer DiManna fired his pistol, he reasonably believed that…

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2013Heinis-SmithShootletFINAL

…shooting cases is whether, at the instant the officer fired the shot that wounded or killed the person, the officer reasonably believed, and in fact believed, that he or another…

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