What if the police don’t have to save you? Do police have a legal duty to intervene and save you if you are in danger? Does “to protect and to serve” actually mean anything when push comes to shove? What has the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) said about the police having a duty to intervene and protect life? Armed Attorneys Richard Hayes and Emily Taylor break down the law as it applies to a police officer’s duty “to protect and to serve.”
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