Alaska’s “Stand Your Ground” legislation became more apparent the other night, as more than 50 people listened to the State’s Criminal Division director John Skidmore explain the main difference between the past and current self-defense law.
“I no longer get to argue that the defendant cannot have been able to retreat with complete safety,” Skidmore said. “Because pretty much if you’re in a place you get to be you get to claim self-defense.”
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by Personal Defense World / Nov 11, 2013