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When the Entire Court Room Is Wrong on Self-Defense Law

I came across an interesting, if horrifying, appellate court decision out of Alaska last week that reinforces the absolute need for each of us to have a robust working knowledge of self-defense law, and which highlights the risk of leaving yourself wholly dependent on the purported self-defense law expertise of lawyers and judges. In this particular case it is apparent that neither the prosecutor, nor the defense attorney, nor the judge understood the law of …

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