The three strikes law is a big deal, but it also raises serious questions about the use of lethal force by police.
In a country where people don’t like to be killed, the three strikes clause has become a key issue in the fight for justice.
Here’s what you need to know.
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Under federal law, it’s still illegal to shoot someone if they don’t have a weapon.
This makes a big difference in cases where an officer uses a Taser or stun gun.
But the Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that the law should be interpreted narrowly, not broad enough to cover the vast majority of people who use deadly force.
The justices ruled that the three-strike law was unconstitutional.
It was later struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision in 2010.
But in recent years, as the U,S.
Sentencing Commission has recommended, it has been tweaked to cover more serious crimes, such as murder.
Under the new law, anyone who has been charged with a crime and has been convicted of one of the following three felonies is guilty of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and is subject to up to 10 years in prison.
A person convicted of a felony that carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years is subject, under the law, to up 15 years in jail.
That’s a huge shift.
If convicted, a person who’s sentenced to five years or more in prison faces the possibility of up to life in prison if convicted of three felons.
People with violent criminal records face the possibility that they could face life in jail if convicted for a violent crime, even if they didn’t commit a violent offense.
The law applies only if the officer can show that the person had a gun in his or her possession at the time of the deadly force, that the officer acted reasonably under the circumstances and that the use was reasonable under the totality of the circumstances.
It’s not a blanket, one-size-fits-all law.
But it does create a broader range of circumstances that can lead to a conviction.
The federal Sentencing Advisory Commission, a panel of judges who advises the federal government on sentencing, has said the three strike rule has not been effective.
It says there is an exception for someone who is killed in the line of duty or is in the custody of a law enforcement officer when they are engaged in a lawful activity and that person’s death does not automatically trigger the requirement for a second or third strike.
That exception does not apply to people charged with murder.
This is a critical distinction, said Alan Dershowitz, a professor at Columbia University Law School.
In addition to the impact on those with mental illness, “this could apply to anyone who had committed a crime that was not an armed robbery or a murder,” said Dershultitz, who is not involved in the case.
The commission has recommended the law be changed to apply to everyone with a record of violent or serious violent crime in any jurisdiction, not just violent crimes committed by people who were not convicted of any crimes.
“If you were to apply it to a crime where you’re guilty of the same thing that you’re charged with, and you’re convicted of the very same crime, the court would probably give you a second strike,” said Christopher Dyson, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union.
“But the question is, is it a fair application of the law?”
The law also doesn’t cover all people who commit crimes, like drug dealers and sex offenders.
The Sentencing Guideline also states that people convicted of drug trafficking, money laundering and gun possession are also subject to the law.
Under that interpretation, people who have convictions for such crimes are also guilty of felony drug trafficking and trafficking, even though they didn.
If a person is convicted of murder and sentenced to life, they are subject to 10 to 20 years in federal prison.
This could affect people with mental health conditions, including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and is a major concern for the ACLU.
People who have been convicted for drug trafficking can also be subject to mandatory minimum sentences for possessing weapons, which could lead to the death penalty.
But under the new interpretation, the person who is convicted only of possession of a firearm would not be subject.
If someone has a gun and a felony conviction for a gun-related crime, they can be sentenced to up a year in prison, up to five times as much as for a non-gun-related conviction.
If the person is charged with multiple crimes, the maximum sentence for a single felony would be five to 15 years.
But if the person was convicted of two or more felonies, he or she would be eligible for a lesser sentence.
A second-strike person also faces potential for a lengthy prison term.
The new law makes it a crime for a person to use or threaten to use deadly physical force against another