LA Times on Castle Doctrine, No-Retreat Laws
Texas is considering the different self-defense supplements, and the L.A. Times describes them...
"In a "shoot first, ask questions later" approach to personal safety, state lawmakers are weighing a bill that would give Texans the right to use deadly force as a first resort when they feel their safety is threatened."
"The bill allows a person to claim self-defense if he or she feels threatened at home, in a car or place of business."
"Florida legislators, who in 2005 were the first in the nation to enact a "stand your ground" statute, are already rethinking the law."