Monday, November 05, 2007

A Review of the Castle Doctrine - 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.
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.

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."
Go take a look.

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