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In Defense of Self and Others... Preface i Chapter 1 Legal & Procedural History 1 Chapter 2 Federal Constitutional Standards 12 Chapter 3 The Use of Deadly Force 69 Chapter 4 Wound Ballistics 83 Chapter 5 Training Versus Qualification 111 Chapter 6 Physiological Imperatives 150 Chapter 7 Tactical Factors & Misconceptions 180 Chapter 8 Suicide By Cop & the Mentally Ill 233 Chapter 9 Risk & Responsibility 262 Chapter 10 Aftermath & Impact 278 Chapter 11 Deadly Force Policy Considerations 295 Chapter 12 Case Histories 305 (Patricia Pace, et al. v. Nicholas Capobianco, et al.) 312 (A. Marie Pasteur v. United States of America, et al.) 326 (Estate of Errol Shaw v. David Krupinski) 341 (Al Seymour, et al. v. City of Houston & J. G. Lopez) 347 (Karla Guadalupe, et al. v. City of New Bedford, et al.) 360 (Juan-Jose Guerra Morales v. U.S.) 373 (Estate of Robert Woodward v. Brattleboro) 404 Appendix Fourth Amendment Outline re: Use of Deadly Force 428
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Police shootings United States, Police United States