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State v. Gray

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NITA’s latest case file, State v. Gray, is inspired by the timely discussions our nation is having about the use of force against unarmed civilians. Some questions the case file address include: What does the law say about police shooting an unarmed civilian? What is the appropriate response for officers to take when they believe they’re facing imminent mortal danger on the job?

State v. Gray is a fictionalized scenario which draws inspiration from real-life occurrences. This well-balanced case file will challenge the student’s advocacy and medical and forensic expert witness skills though this full trial.

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