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Pinder v. Johnson ( 1995) case Article, " NRA president James Porter on the job of police: No duty to protect Then respond to the following:

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  • Article, "NRA president James Porter on the job of police: No duty to protect


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  • Within the context of the arguments presented in the Pinder v. Johnson ( 1995) case, and the National Rifle Association President James Porter's article, do you think the U.S. Constitution needs to be amended to provide for an affirmative-duty-to-protect citizens? Explain your position and discuss the consequences that may arise from a change.

Please reference and cite your readings and viewings in support of your responses.

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