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No Charges for Officers Who Tased Mentally Ill Man TO DEATH in His Shower Ep. 71

For my first episode back from a brief reprieve from Liberty Weekly, I lend my legal analysis to a horrible case out of Milwaukee County where District Attorney John Chrisholm has declined to file criminal charges against police officers who tased a mentally ill man to death in his shower. It is of the utmost importance that the public understand why Chrisholm made the decision he did and what legal questions he had to answer.

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Show Notes:

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chrisholm’s Decision

Wis. Stat. 934.45 Privilege 

Wis. Stat. 51.20 Involuntary Commitment for Treatment

42 U.S. Code § 1983 – Civil Action for Deprivation of Rights

Non-State Solutions to Domestic Violence Ep. 55 ft. Trey Weaver

The Truth About Warren v. DC Ep. 46

Free Thought Project: Cops Break Into Innocent Man’s Home, Taser Him to Death in the Shower—No Charges

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Taser use cited in man’s death; prosecutor considering charges against West Milwaukee cops

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: A mentally ill man died after being hit 18 times with a Taser in his home. The police officers weren’t charged.

FOX 6 Milwaukee: Family of man who died after being ‘hit 15 times with electricity’ plans legal action against police

FOX 6 Milwaukee: Officers cleared of wrongdoing in death of West Milwaukee man who died after being Tased

Robin Shellow Law

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SCOTUS Rules Police Can “Shoot First, Ask Questions Later” Ep. 64

On Monday the SCOTUS dismissed (without briefing or oral arguments) an excessive force case stemming from a 2010 incident where Respondent, Amy Hughes was shot four times by Arizona Police officer Andrew Kisela. In her dissent, Justice Sotomayor stated this precedent means police can “shoot first” and “ask questions later.” In this episode I walk us through the Court’s decision and explain the legal rules at play.

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Show Notes:

Jury Nullification on the Liberty Weekly Podcast

New York Times: Supreme Court Rules for Police Officer in Excessive Force Case

SCOTUS Blog: Justices Grant One New Case, Summarily Reverse In Excessive-Force Case