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Criminal Practice – Assault – Jury Instructions – Stand Your Ground – Victim’s Gun (access required)

State v. Holloman (Lawyers Weekly No. 010-048-17, 23 pp.) (Sam Ervin IV, J.) (Michael Morgan, J., not participating) Appealed from Wake County Superior Court (Donald Stephens, J.) On discretionary review from the Court of Appeals. N.C. S. Ct. Holding: The court declines to adopt defendant’s literal interpretation of G.S. § 14-51.4(2)(a), which would effectively legalize gun ...

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