CommentaryJim Walden, New York Law Journal
Holstered Guns Don't Kill
The tragedies of police shootings of unarmed civilians invariably begin with an unholstered firearm, so you might expect that strict rules govern when an officer is permitted to draw it (as opposed to, say, batons, pepper spray, Tasers, or even physically tackling the person). But the sad reality is: there are no rules.
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