The Florida Supreme Court ruled that defendants in use-of-force cases who are granted immunity from prosecution under ‘Stand Your Ground’ aren’t automatically granted it in civil cases, too.
The Florida Supreme Court ruled that defendants in use-of-force cases who are granted immunity from prosecution under ‘Stand Your Ground’ aren’t automatically granted it in civil cases, too. Scott Keeler Tampa Bay Times
The Florida Supreme Court ruled that defendants in use-of-force cases who are granted immunity from prosecution under ‘Stand Your Ground’ aren’t automatically granted it in civil cases, too. Scott Keeler Tampa Bay Times

Court: ‘Stand Your Ground’ immunity doesn’t automatically carry over to civil suits

September 28, 2017 1:17 PM

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