Jury will use objective reasonableness in Ferguson shooting case
Objective reasonableness means that an officer may use deadly force when he or she has the objective and reasonable belief that his or her life or the lives of others is in danger of death or physical harm.
By Juliana KennyAugust 27, 2014
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