As noted by Brett Tolman, Executive Director of Right On Crime and former U.S. Attorney, from his opinion article written for Fox News on the Trump Mar-a-Lago case, the authorization of the deadly use of force is something that is considered standard operating procedure by the FBI and DOJ. These agencies have the ability to choose when and in what cases this authorization is applied but often use the veil of standard operating procedures as a means to distance themselves from public scrutiny. This authorization is something leveled not just against former presidents, but all those assigned a federal search warrant regardless of their violent, non-violent, or nonexistent criminal history.