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A former Marine may face charges in connection with the death of Jordan Neely, a homeless man who died after being put in a chokehold by the Marine.

Attorney Paul Mauro discussed the potential legal case on “Jesse Watters Primetime” and noted that if the Marine is charged, it will not be for intentional murder but for being reckless or negligent.

Mauro also explained the legal concept of justification, which could be used as a defense if the Marine believed Neely posed a risk to others.

Neely had an open felony assault warrant and had reportedly made threatening statements before the incident.

However, there are complexities to the case, including the fact that Neely had a pre-existing condition and that the incident occurred during a period of heightened concern about safety in the subways.

Ultimately, the decision to charge the Marine will be up to the district attorney.

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