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Understanding the legal language and judicial issues in the Breonna Taylor ruling

Posted on AllSides September 24th, 2020
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A Kentucky grand jury indicted one of the three police officers who were involved in the no-knock warrant that led to the deadly shooting of Breonna Taylor. The one officer who was charged was not charged in her killing — he was charged with endangering other people in the apartment complex when he fired his weapon.

Kentucky, like more than half of the states in the country, has no specific law that speaks directly to police self-defense, meaning that police have the same self-defense protection as every other person. So...

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