This case involves two women who robbed a high-end clothing store on the main avenue of a small town. They went into the dressing rooms with large purses and filled the bags with over $1,000 of merchandise. As the women ran out of the store and to their car, they engaged the store’s alarms. The police engaged in a chase, pursuing the suspects down the highway and into a residential neighborhood. The women were driving in excess of 80 mph until they were T-boned by a police vehicle. The impact from the crash propelled the vehicle into a homeowner’s yard killing both of the women. The estate of the deceased sought an expert in police chase protocol to determine if a high-speed pursuit, such as this one, was appropriate given the non-violent nature of the suspects’ crime. The expert was also asked to discuss if alternative methods should have been used when the chase entered a residential area.