Strong Majority Support “Stand Your Ground” in New Hampshire

Under castle doctrine laws, a resident may use deadly force without first attempting retreat if the resident is attacked in his or her home.  Under so-called “stand your ground” laws, a resident may use deadly force anywhere he or she has a right to be without first attempting retreat. Read more about this issue. On July 25, Citizens Count, NH’s Live Free or Die Alliance decided to put the issue to its Facebook members, posting the question, “Should New Hampshire require people to attempt retreat (when possible) before using deadly force outside the home?” | More…

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