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32(4) Every one who, in good faith and on reasonable grounds, believes that serious mischief will result from a riot before it is possible to secure the attendance of a peace officer is justified in using as much force as he believes in good faith and on reasonable grounds, (a) is necessary to suppress the riot; and (b) is not excessive, having regard to the danger to be apprehended from the continuance of the riot.

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