Expansion of Florida’s SYG fails. Shake it off, carry on and try again.

Current Florida law will remain in effect, requiring that a person claiming self-defense immunity bear the burden of proving self-defense by a preponderance of the evidence. That legal standard had been applied by the courts for several years, and then was explicitly affirmed by the Florida Supreme Court in a 5-2 decision this past July. That decision, Bretherick v. State, 170 So. 3d 766 (FL Supreme Court 2015), is embedded below.All of the procedures around the actual implementation of Florida’s self-defense immunity statute have necessarily been created by the courts, because the statute itself failed to set forth any such procedures.

Source: Self-defense Immunity | Stand-Your-Ground | Florida

Nobody said you were going to get 100% of what you wanted. Ours is the long game as it give the permanent solution.

Just remember next year is electoral, that is when the buttons are pushed.

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Push hard.

4 Replies to “Expansion of Florida’s SYG fails. Shake it off, carry on and try again.”

      1. I’ve been trying to follow it. There’s three pro-gun bills and I lost track of where they are in the maze of committees and can’t remember which is which either.




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