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Michael Haddad, an attorney for Murrietta-Golding’s mother said officers did not pursue Murrietta-Golding’s brother at their home because they did not have a search warrant. As Murrietta-Golding fled, the officers “had no legal justification to point guns at Isiah, and no legal justification to seize Isiah at gunpoint,” Haddad said in a court filing. “Isiah exercised his right to self-defense and to non-violently resist defendants’ attempts to unlawfully seize him.”