Dad might walk from criminal proscuetion (let’s hope), but he’s going to go bankrupt in civil court. Butthead stupid move on his part.
posted on 04/08/2013 6:26:24 AM PDT
He went outside to see where the perp went and/or get the license number. . .and Son of The Messiah was standing there holding a gun and the guy was in fear of his life or the life of an innocent by-stander. . .so the guy shot him. . .that’s how I see it. . . .that’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it.
posted on 04/08/2013 6:32:01 AM PDT
The perps stole the familys’ cellphones. Would stand your ground come into play?
posted on 04/08/2013 6:39:29 AM PDT
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Why? I never understood that civil court thing. Just wondering.
posted on 04/08/2013 6:43:35 AM PDT
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Dad might walk from criminal proscuetion (lets hope), but hes going to go bankrupt in civil court. Butthead stupid move on his part.
Not in Florida he won't.
posted on 04/08/2013 6:46:49 AM PDT
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Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law offers complete immunity from civil prosecution. The main reason it is hated by Ambulance Chasers.
Even better if Dad kills the perp. His accomplice would be charged with felony murder. Sometimes, Florida doesn't completely suck.
posted on 04/08/2013 7:02:24 AM PDT
FL’s stand your ground law has complete civil immunity. There will be no civil action. If there is a suit, the lawyer and the plaintiff will BOTH become pesonally liable for a bad faith filing.
Also you have an intervening supervening criminal act.
bottom line, no civil suit.
posted on 04/08/2013 8:55:30 AM PDT
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