When the United States of America was founded the framers spent arduous hours devising a Constitution that may defend future generations from tyranny and government criminality. So I say unto you regulation students (and residents): Consider precedent for what it might be price in a particular occasion as a guide to interpretation, but disavow totally the judicial doctrine of stare decisis—the completely indefensible apply of (typically!) following precedents that you’re otherwise convinced are simply mistaken.

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Those who wish to take away, will continue to do so as long as they can get away with it. By arguing nonsensical topic matters akin to technological advancements in firearms, you might be merely giving them more ammunition to scare Americans into giving up their Constitutional rights – and turning American freedom into whatever freedom the government wishes you to have.

While section 563.046 permits lethal power in a broad set of circumstances, and whereas an officer’s use of lethal power in response to a non-violent felony committed by a non-threatening suspect would violate that suspect’s Fourth Amendment rights, the officer would nonetheless be capable of use this justification as a defense in a legal continuing.

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