Tuesday, October 11, 2016

ID: State to Consider Castle Doctrine Bill

If an intruder breaks into your home and you feel like your life is in danger, lawfully the Castle Doctrine allows you to use deadly force and defend yourself and your family. In the state of Idaho; however, that does not apply. Many people KPVI spoke with were surprised that Idaho doesn’t have this law already. But advocates who are pushing for the bill hope to introduce it this coming legislative session.
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Anonymous said...

Unless there is a law that forbids you to defend your self there is no need for a law to allow it. this is what the NRA is doing making a lot of nose about getting unnecessary laws passed. the NRA bragged about getting a law passed in Arizona that allows a woman to carry a loaded weapon in her purse. I did a report on that law that is already in the Arizona constitution when I was in high school in 1964. the permission for a woman to carry a loaded gun in her purse has been written into the Arizona constitution since state hood.

Paul Weber said...

I don't care what the law may say on the subject, but I do not need anyone else's permission to defend myself, my family, or my home. I'd rather be judged by a jury then carried by pallbearers.