This answered a lot of my questions I had about Attorneys and time spent on MSNBC. You have the speech and delivery locked down. Ok..street cred is important...but your calm honesty and explanations would be excellent tv on your own show.
This is going to come down to what is the organizational policy that he has to follow during a live shooting or threat of lives when he is working. If the policy says he needs to engage well than he is done, if the policy of the police or whoever he works for is to wait for backup or stay on the outside until ordered to go in well than he has a case. Its going to come down to that, he has to follow organizational policies/mandates. This will get sorted out in court.
Negligence is a crime.
An average newscast shows the officer calling 911 and then in the shadows of a building. Hiding or?
There’s post saying he’s a security guard not a cop. I think that changes things. 🤔
Seems to me he need only claim "I was accessing conditions before entering potential dangerous situation."
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