It took 22 seconds for a Salt Lake City police officer to shoot an unarmed man in a convenience store parking lot when he lifted up his T-shirt. 

But Dillon Taylor’s family has waited more than 227 million seconds, and counting, for a final answer on whether a Salt Lake City police officer’s decision to shoot the 20-year-old in 2014 was reasonable based on the totality of the circumstances. 

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