WA W.P.I.C. WPIC 2.04.01 Great Personal Injury—Justifiable Homicide—Justifiable Deadly Force in Self-Defense—Definition

WA W.P.I.C. WPIC 2.04.01 Great Personal Injury—Justifiable Homicide—Justifiable Deadly Force in Self-Defense—Definition

State: Washington

Washington Pattern Jury Instructions–Criminal (W.P.I.C.)

Part I. General Instructions CHAPTER 2. Definitions

WPIC 2.04.01 Great Personal Injury—Justifiable Homicide—Justifiable Deadly Force in Self-Defense—Definition

“Great personal injury” means an injury that the slayer reasonably believed, in light of all the facts and circumstances known at the time, would produce severe pain and suffering if it were inflicted upon either the slayer or another person.

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