Fleeing Felon Rule


Procedural Law



The Fleeing Felon Rule is a common law rule that police could use deadly force to stop a person known to be a felon from getting away; made unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court in Tennessee v. Garner.

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Last Modified: 08/25/2018

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