The Sacramento police officers who shot and killed Stephon Clark won’t face criminal charges. Now California’s attorney general has to decide whether to indict them. This shooting has put a new focus on two pieces of legislation in Sacramento aimed at curbing police shootings.
Efforts to change laws around police officers’ use of deadly force
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Sacramento lawmakers want to make it easier to indict officers using deadly force
The Sacramento police officers who shot and killed Stephon Clark won’t face criminal charges. Now California’s attorney general has to decide whether to indict.
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