“Castle Doctrine” ≠ “Stand-Your-Ground”

Today’s Post of the Day focuses on the recently failed attempt by Maine to adopt a “stand-your-ground” law, meaning Maine remains one of the small minority of states that imposes a legal duty to retreat even when facing an imminent, unlawful, unprovoked lethal attack. Good job, Maine. What’s most surprising about this story, however, is the idiotic reasoning given by Maine legislators who opposed the “stand-your-ground” provision. So Maine failed to adopt a proposed “stand-your-ground” …

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