The history of “stand your ground” and “castle doctrine” laws
byadminonJuly 17, 2016
So far, only one Wisconsin case has interpreted and applied our new Castle Doctrine law–State v. Chew, 2014 WI App 116. Attorneys researching the issue may find a new law review article about this history of this type of legislation helpful.
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