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Old August 5th, 2020, 08:15 PM #1
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Does castle extend to ur vehicle

In MD does ur castle extend to your vehicle if u are in it and someone tries to enter against ur will?
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That said, your Maryland duty to retreat doesn’t require you to leave the space you’re in and flee into a more dangerous one. In these recent mob scenes, retreating from your car directly into the mob’s arms is not viable.
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To anyone asking that question, also consider it and any of your responses rephrased coming at you from a MD prosecutor... can you justifiably use deadly force in self defense of a perceived forcible felony (armed carjacking, kidnapping)? What if you don't have a MD CCW permit? Could you have driven and removed yourself from the situation without putting yourself in more danger? Did you instigate/provoke the interaction? Is the level of response justified for the perceived threat? What can you reasonably prove?

Serious questions with immediate life, death, and future freedoms on the line... Ones to take seriously for those who carry. Carry insurance and the associated knowledge and legal resources provided are with looking into as well... And a dashcam!
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Let's not forget this is Maryland... you had better have a great reason as to why you had a gun in your car that was accessible and easily loaded.

In the end, it won't matter if the shoot was justified, they will come after you for some regulatory violation.

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Maryland law basically requires you to die. Then leave everything you own to the state and criminals, who are one in the same.
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I can't find the thread now, but for the ones who ask if a visiting relative or just a roommate can use deadly force inside that house, is yes. I can't believe a couple people actually said that they couldn't.

Barton v. State, 46 Md. App. 616, 618, 420 A.2d 1009, 1010-1011 (1980). A man "is not bound to flee and become a fugitive from his own home, for, if that were required, there would, theoretically, be no refuge for him anywhere in the world.".[3]

A person does not have to be the owner of the home or the head of the household in order to be able to invoke the "Castle Doctrine." Instead, "any member of the household, whether or not he or she has a proprietary or leasehold interest in the property, is within its ambit. ... ".[4]

However, even in one's own home, the degree of force used in self-defense must not be "excessive." Crawford v. State, supra, 231 Md. at 362, 190 A.2d at 542. Quoting a treatise on criminal law, the Court of Appeals said in Crawford:
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Under Florida Statute 776.013, which is commonly known as the Florida Castle Doctrine, there is a powerful “presumption of reasonableness.” FloridaCastle Doctrinelaws extend to a person's dwelling, residence, or occupied vehicle.



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