Learning to shoot for your life
Cops must assess danger and act quickly
By Kyle Martin
The Augusta Chronicle
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Imagine you're a deputy sent to investigate a shouting match between a husband and wife. When you walk into the couple's living room, the husband is standing three feet from his wife holding a steak knife.
Do you shoot him?
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