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What is Considered Excessive Force?
What is Considered Excessive Force?

When a government official uses force that is beyond the minimum amount that is necessary in order to diffuse a situation or to ensure no one is harmed, this is known as excessive force. Excessive force is an issue that can arise in a number of different contexts, from ...

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