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Categories: Homicide, Articles with short description, Gun politics in the United States, Controversies in the United States, U.S. state criminal law
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Stand-your-ground law  Stand your ground law  Shoot-first law  Shoot first law  Stand-your-ground
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A stand-your-ground law provides that people may use deadly force when they reasonably believe it to be necessary to defend against deadly force, great bodily harm, kidnapping, rape, or robbery or some other serious crimes. Wikipedia
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A stand-your-ground law provides that people may use deadly force when they reasonably believe it to be necessary to defend against deadly force, great bodily harm, kidnapping, rape, or robbery or some other serious crimes. Wikipedia
A U.S. legal doctrine stating that a person who is legally entitled to be where he/she is and has not provoked an attack, has no duty to retreat before using force in self-defense when they have a reasonable belief that the attack or threat of attack is unlawful Wikipedia Disambiguation