Self Defense Vs. Stand Your Ground Law

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Self-defense cases are sometimes hard to determine if an alleged victim truly commit a crime to protect oneself or just a way to get away from her or his crime. Investigating an alleged victim with questions is a helpful way to figure out one’s motive and if free from any liability of one’s action. The question if an alleged victim has a weapon is important because if she or he did not intentionally want to harm the criminal or to get revenge, but to get away, one should try to avoid the conflict by getting away if they can. For an alleged victim to be free from a liability of the event, she or he should take the route of getting away or other ways than the harm of another. “Stand Your Ground” defense is an easier way for an alleged victim
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