Stand firm or stand down?: How effective are stand-your-ground laws at reducing violence?
by Michael DoyleMcClatchy Newspapers
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WASHINGTON — The controversially concluded Florida murder trial of George Zimmerman has prompted fresh debate over whether “stand your ground” self-defense laws hinder violence or, perversely, propel it.
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