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Self-Defense Laws in California
Self-Defense Laws in California

If you have been arrested for a violent crime against another individual, but you were only protecting yourself from danger, it is your right to use such force to defend yourself. Although the state doesn’t have a “stand your ground” rule when a self-defense situation occurs ...

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