2016letterManzanaresMehrtens

…be the use or imminent use of deadly physical force. Therefore, the question presented in most officer-involved shooting cases is whether, at the instant the officer fired the shot that…

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2014-4750TejonLet

…what he reasonably believes to be the use or imminent use of 18 deadly physical force. Therefore, the question presented in most officer-involved shooting cases is whether, at the instant…

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2014SisnerosLetter

…the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Cpl. Sisneros fired his rifle, he reasonably believed that level of force was necessary to take Vigil into custody…

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PS-11-12-04-Off-Sean-Cronin—(James-Bradley)

…use or imminent use of deadly physical force. Therefore, the question presented in most officer-involved shooting cases is whether, at the instant the officer fired the shot that wounded or…

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PS-07-02-17-Brandon-Barajas-(Powell)-Final

…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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PS-10-06-28-Offs-Dan-Morehead-&-Mike-Walsh

…what he reasonably believes to be the use or imminent use of deadly physical force. Therefore, the question presented in most officer-involved shooting cases is whether, at the instant the…

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Decision-Letter-Nwandilibe-7-31-2015

instant the officer fired the shot that wounded or killed the person, the officer reasonably believed, and in fact believed, that he or another person, was in imminent danger of…

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2015letterFieldsStuteville-

instances, the review may indicate the need for changing the assignment of the involved officer, temporarily or permanently. Depending on the circumstances, this could be done for the benefit of…

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