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Atlanta shooting - Precedence in Tennessee v. Garner, 471 U.S. 1 (1985)

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posted on Jun, 18 2020 @ 04:14 PM
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It looks like a kick but could be a trip or something else. I'd guess something else because why is everything else video but said kick is not.

This needs to get to a jury asap, where the jury will be given instructions based on the actual law and not public opinion. I actually saw a morning news host today defend the resisting arrest due to him being on parole and not wanting to go back to jail. And here I thought parole was a period of time where you were supposed to play nice. Apparently it's keep breaking laws but do your best to not get caught.




posted on Jun, 18 2020 @ 09:32 PM
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originally posted by: DeadlyStaringFrog
And here I thought parole was a period of time where you were supposed to play nice.


Probation is what you mean, but it can be a condition of Parole.

"As part of your Parole, you have 5 years Probation..."



posted on Jun, 19 2020 @ 05:48 PM
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originally posted by: CryHavoc

originally posted by: Phage

It doesn't have to be a Constitutionality case. The SCOTUS ruling also address Use of Force.

As a former lawschool professor, I can assure you that it most certainly does have to be a "constitutionality case." That is the only way that a state court case can reach the Supreme Court. The Supremes can choose to hear any case coming up in the Federal Court system (US District/ Court of Claims/ TaxCourt/etc, Courts of Appeal. But to hear an appeal from a state court, certiorarican only be granted if here is a constitutional issue, or if the state court invalidated a federal statute, which, in itself, is a constitutional issue.



 
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