Monday, July 29, 2013

FL:Man says 'stand your ground' law saved his life

"My client was simply trying to get through the parking lot.  He was viciously attacked by the alleged victim," he said.

The case went to trial this week, where Lockett says he was able to prove this was a clear case of self-defense, a case where his client stood his ground.  He never fired his weapon.

"The citizen has to be acting in a lawful manner," said Lockett.  "They have to be in a place that they have a right to be in.  And they have to be in a lawful possession of a firearm."

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1 comment:

Avery Schlacter said...

Thanks for this blog! Do you know of any gun shops in Philadelphia Pa?