Elizabeth Megale

Barry University

Guest

Professor of Law at Barry University in Orlando, Florida; former criminal defense attorney

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It used to be that people threatened with violence had a duty to flee, unless they were defending their own homes.

'Stand Your Ground' in the Spotlight

It used to be that people threatened with violence had a duty to flee, unless they were defending their own homes.

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It used to be that people threatened with violence had a duty to flee, unless they were defending their own homes.

Is it 'Stand Your Ground' or 'Make My Day?'

It used to be that people threatened with violence had a duty to flee, unless they were defending their own homes.

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