Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Milton Hirsch, pictured here at a hearing in March, on Monday declared the state’s new self-defense law unconstititutional.
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Milton Hirsch, pictured here at a hearing in March, on Monday declared the state’s new self-defense law unconstititutional. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Milton Hirsch, pictured here at a hearing in March, on Monday declared the state’s new self-defense law unconstititutional. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com

Miami judge rules Florida’s new Stand-Your-Ground law is unconstitutional

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