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Criminal Practice – Murder – Jury Instructions – Self-Defense & Stand Your Ground (access required)

According to defendant’s evidence, Quinton Epps shot defendant’s cousin and then pointed his gun at defendant. When defendant shot Epps, defendant was in a place where he had a right to be – a public street – so he was entitled to a jury instruction not only on self-defense, but also on the stand-your-ground law. We ...

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