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Criminal Practice – Assault – Jury Instructions – Self-Defense – Firearm Possession (access required)

  A defendant need not present evidence in order to receive a self-defense instruction; however, the state’s evidence showed that defendant aggressively and willingly initiated a fight with the victim and that defendant neither was without fault nor did he abandon the fight, withdraw from it, or give the victim notice that he would do so. ...

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