Were the officers morally responsible to see that Munger was delivered safely to his home? Explain.

On a cold winter night with a chill factor of minus 25 degrees, two municipal police officers ejected an individual (Munger) from a bar who had become extremely intoxicated. The individual was not permitted to drive home; rather, he was left by the officers to walk away from the bar clothed in only a T-shirt and jeans; he then died in an alley due to hypothermia.

1. Were the officers morally responsible to see that Munger was delivered safely to his home? Explain. 2. Were the officers (and thus the agency) legally responsible for his death? If so, on what legal grounds? See notes section for the outcome of this case.99

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