Crime & Courts

January 16, 2016 11:46 AM

SC police agencies advised to change stun gun policies following court ruling

S.C. police training academy director sends memo suggesting policy be amended

Federal 4th Circuit Court panel limits use after mentally ill N.C. man dies after being stunned 5 times

“Officers should now be on notice that such Taser use violates the Fourth Amendment,” judges wrote

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