Shooting a Fleeing Suspect Who Escapes Still Triggers the Fourth Amendment, Says SCOTUS
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March 25, 20213 min read, 531 words

Shooting a Fleeing Suspect Who Escapes Still Triggers the Fourth Amendment, Says SCOTUSShooting a Fleeing Suspect Who Escapes Still Triggers the Fourth Amendment, Says SCOTUS

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Published: March 25, 2021  |  3 min read, 531 words
Fourth Amendment advocates won big today at the U.S. Supreme Court, which that when the police shoot a fleeing suspect, it still counts as a Fourth Amendment seizure even if the bullets don't stop the suspect. "The application of physical force to the body with the intent to rest...
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