Despite universal opposition to homicide, there have been situations where killing another person is justified. So when is killing legal?
What ‘stand your ground’ laws actually mean
“… “stand your ground” simply means that, if you reasonably believe that you face imminent death, serious bodily injury, rape, kidnapping, or (in most states) robbery, you can use deadly force against the assailant, even if you have a perfectly safe avenue of retreat.”
“‘Honour’ crime involves violence committed by those who aim to protect the reputation of their family or community.”
Death with Dignity Around the U.S.
“Bills which seek to improve end-of-life care have been introduced in state legislatures around the country, and state legislators look to the Oregon Death with Dignity Act as a guide for good reason.”
What Is It Ok For Police To Shoot Someone?
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