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Graham vs Conner1. Severity of the crime 2. Risk to officers and others 3. Is suspect actively resisting or fleeing
Tennessee Vs Garner Supreme Court ruled Fleeing Felon rule " The officer has probable cause to believe that the suspect poses a significant threat of death or serious physical injury to the officer or others.
Scott Vs HarrisSupreme Court rules deadly force is deadly force regardless of the method.
Terry Vs OhioSupreme court ruled frisk was reasonable 4th amendment.
Terry FriskReasonable Suspicion that a crime has Been Is being Or about to be committed 2. Reasonable Suspicion that the suspect is armed with a weapon.
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