Tag Archives: Stand Your Ground Laws

Well-Armed and Unreasonable

Details matter. There’s Castle Doctrine – “castle law” or “defense of habitation” law. In English common law the term is derived from the aphorism that “an Englishman’s home is his castle” – a concept established as English law by the 17th century … Continue reading

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The Right of Self-Defense

They’re at it again, and another week of it begins: Tens of thousands of panicked residents fled their homes in the northern Gaza Strip on Sunday after the Israeli military dropped leaflets from the sky warning those who stayed behind … Continue reading

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The Talk

Half of all marriages these days end in divorce, but that’s not a hard statistic. It may be higher for first marriages while second marriages seem to work out, or they don’t. There are many who marry only once, and … Continue reading

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