This week’s Law of Self Defense: Question of the Week comes from “Alec Atchison” (@PatsPokesNSox):
If I’m somewhere that I have a duty to retreat, but no safe avenue of retreat is possible, what actions can I take to put myself on the best legal ground?
This is a great question because although it seems simple on its face it raises a number of interesting issues.
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