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Prior Gunpoint Confrontation Did Not Prove Self-Defense (access required)

Defendant convicted in a bench trial for misdemeanor brandishing a firearm failed to prove self-defense and is not entitled to reversal, the Court of Appeals said. Defendant was held at gunpoint for over an hour by his girlfriend’s father after he caught them having sex when she was age 16. The father and his friend shouted ...

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