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Know Your Rights

Know Your Rights: A Statement of Your Constitutional Rights

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Tennessee v. Garner Case

In Tennessee v. Garner (471 U.S. 1), the United States Supreme Court held that a police office may utilize deadly force if he/she has probable cause to believe that a suspect posed a significant threat of death or serious physical injury to the officer or others. In other words, an officer has the discretion to escalate or de-escalate the amount of force that he/she utilizes in a situation. Until Congress passes a law that contains a succinct definition and requires training for escalation and elevation of force, we will continue to see police officers murder African Americans and the "law" deem it "justifiable" or "self-defense." 

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