“Soft” v. “Hard” Stand-Your-Ground: A Case Example

Today’s Post of the Day is prompted by the news report of a murder conviction out of Tennessee this week, in a case that touches on the issue of “soft” v. “hard” stand-your-ground. (Yesterday’s Post of the Day also discussed this case, in the context of the self-defense elements of proportionality and innocence.) [UPDATE:  It’s been brought to my attention that although the defendant in this case is from Tennessee, as noted in the news …

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