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Court Rejects Florida's Updated "Stand Your Ground" Law

Florida's controversial self-defense law, known as "Stand Your Ground," has gained nationwide attention in recent years. This focus largely began after George Zimmerman fatally shot Trayvon Martin in 2012; though Martin was not armed, Zimmerman was ultimately acquitted, thanks to the Florida law.

Despite the negative press surrounding that trial and the law itself, Florida has not only...read more.

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