The last thing anyone wants is to be put in a dangerous situation where they need to defend themselves from an attacker. Unfortunately this situation does happen on rare occasions. As if this wasn’t bad enough, there are some states in the US that don’t allow people to defend themselves with any means necessary. This means that in some states, a person who may have killed someone in self defense, could actually face murder charges.
Due to this fact, a person needs to be aware of their state’s laws when it comes to self-defense, particularly stand your ground laws.
Here in California, the state does not have a stand your ground law, but it does have a Castle Doctrine. Penal Code (PC) 198...