Castle doctrine laws move the law back onto the side of crime victims by not requiring them to look for an alternative to self-defense when faced with an intruder in the dark of night, LaPierre said.Go take a look.
Retreat "may sound fine at a cocktail party sipping wine and cheese," he said. "But it doesn't work very well for crime victims at the point of attack."
Monday, November 05, 2007
clarionledger.com - News | Advocates: Castle doctrine puts power in victims' hands A review of Mississippi's Castle Doctrine and the impact it has had on the state. It includes a few Brady Bunch comments, but it balances them with NRA quotes.