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Intent not required for stand-your-ground instruction (access required)

  Where a motorist shot out the tire of another moving vehicle allegedly trying to run him off the road, he intended to “strike the blow” and was entitled to a self-defense instruction to the jury that included no-duty-to-retreat language from North Carolina’s “stand your ground” law, the state Court of Appeals ruled Sept. 4. In ...

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