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Self-defense instruction denied at murder trial (access required)

Appellant was not entitled to a self-defense instruction at his first-degree murder trial because there was no evidence of an overt act that presented an imminent danger to appellant when he shot the victim. Background Appellant Snipes and the victim, his next-door neighbor, disputed the boundary line between their properties for six or seven years. On the ...