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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    ...Shoot Him....
    Ok, simple is good!
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  3. I would be screaming what's your name. When he ask what for, so they don't have to much trouble identifying your body. That way they'll know what to put on your head stone IDIOT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserteagle View Post
    In Colorado, that is not assault because he only damaged the car, not the person. It can be seen as menacing however, if you can prove his intent was to cause bodily harm. But good luck in court defending yourself for killing a man for menacing.
    So in Colorado you have to wait until you're the one bleeding before you can defend yourself? Damn! Time to move. So what if the same guy is in the street in front of your house beating the daylights out of your kids bicycle and she's standing in your front yard screaming her head off in hysterical fear? He's pacing back and forth screaming incoherantly at her in a threatening manner waiving a 2x4 in the air and threatening her? Is that still just "menacing"?

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    Looks like intent to do bodily harm to me.

  6. I would loose my cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcox4freedom View Post
    I agree!



    Unfortunately for this victim, this happened in Kommifornia.

    Clearly, you do NOT understand Castle Doctrine!

    I'm not sure about other states. But, if this happens in SC, the "LAW" presumes the BG is attempting to harm or kill you.

    I'll put this in real simple terms: Castle Doctrine (at least in SC) places the "burden" to substantiate "just cause" for attempting to harm or kill you on the BG. (In other words, the GG has NO obligation to "prove" ANYTHING!)

    It is "ASSUMED" by SC law that the BG was trying to cause you great bodily harm or death!



    If Navy had the most responsible answer, "twogunwilly" has the best!

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    If you think I dont understand castle doctrine because I dont live in your state, than you clearly do NOT understand castle doctrine because you dont live in my state. What sense does that make? Point to be made: Why the heck do you go around bullying people on threads saying they dont understand stuff when you also clearly state that you dont know the law in their state?
    In my state, I cannot shoot somebody for breaking my tail lights or smashing out my rear windshield. If they come at me and make me fear for my life, and I cannot retreat or use a lesser degree of force, then I can use deadly force.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walt629 View Post
    So in Colorado you have to wait until you're the one bleeding before you can defend yourself? Damn! Time to move. So what if the same guy is in the street in front of your house beating the daylights out of your kids bicycle and she's standing in your front yard screaming her head off in hysterical fear? He's pacing back and forth screaming incoherantly at her in a threatening manner waiving a 2x4 in the air and threatening her? Is that still just "menacing"?
    In Colorado, you can only use deadly physical force:

    1. In self defense when you cannot use a lesser degree of force, and you fear great bodily injury or death, or the person is committing kidnapping, sex assault, or robbery.
    2. Against an intruder in your home who entered unlawfully and intends to harm any person in the home or commit a property crime in the home.
    3. Against a person who trespasses on a premises and is believed to be committing first degree arson.
    4. Against a person committing theft, criminal mischief, or criminal tampering involving property only when justified under the self defense section. Aka, number 1.

    If somebody is damaging my property, I must also fear death to use deadly force, and only when I cannot use a lesser degree of force. If the man in your scenario is pacing back and forth, then I can grab my daughter and walk away assuming he keeps pacing and does not come at us. I couldnt care less if he just kept walking up and down the sidewalk with his 2 by 4. Only when he starts walking towards me would I do something. If he is on my property with a weapon and breaking my property, then deadly physical force is justified assuming the court agrees that "in your dwelling" also translates to on your driveway.

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    My Name is...I called 911. I was afraid for my life from the deranged man with the tire iron/deadly weapon...He repeatedly assaulted the vehicle and it's occupants in an attempt to cause grievous bodily harm or death to the occupants...I only wanted the threat to stop. I am the victim of a violent crime. These are all witnesses (pointing to crowd of onlookers). That man over there filmed the whole thing. I want an attorney before answering any further questions.
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  10. #49
    This either happened, or was staged, whichever, on the las vegas strip, north end. Anyone who lives here like me knows it. Right near the "largest gift shop in the world" which you see in the background, and the sahara, where you see the roller coaster. Not Ca. For what it is worth, we do not have the castle doctrine here, but my atty told me the da here, Roger, has never prosecuted someone for shooting a criminal who broke into their home. Would that apply to this car case? Don't know, but given the DA'a attitude towards people who defend themselves, I think it would. But the video looks staged to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddy View Post
    This either happened, or was staged, whichever, on the las vegas strip, north end. Anyone who lives here like me knows it. Right near the "largest gift shop in the world" which you see in the background, and the sahara, where you see the roller coaster. Not Ca. For what it is worth, we do not have the castle doctrine here, but my atty told me the da here, Roger, has never prosecuted someone for shooting a criminal who broke into their home. Would that apply to this car case? Don't know, but given the DA'a attitude towards people who defend themselves, I think it would. But the video looks staged to me.
    Kalifornia case law has established that if someone breaks into your home, you can assume they mean you grievous bodily harm. I think you have a pretty good case in this assault that you were in fear for your life.
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