In my home state, I don't believe that we have this requirement, but I understand that it is a requirement in many places. My question about it is this: Some of us can't run, much less run from a BG. I personally have psoriatic arthitis. I am doing good to walk some days. If I am confronted, there is no possible way that I am outrunning anybody, and by even trying I would be putting myself in greater jeaprody. As a result, I have decided that my only chance is to face the threat and to fight it out if necessary, either h2h or with a weapon. Now if this were to happen to me in a place where there is a duty to retreat, would there be an exception to the rule for people with disabilities that make it difficult, if not impossible to retreat, or would it be another case of the idiocy of zero tollerance? In a scenario like that, what would be expected of somebody with a disability in the eyes of the law? Thanks for reading.
Ps. My arthitis issue is not readily apparent to people that see me walking down the street. I am a good sized man that gets around pretty well, with the exception of a permanent limp. Another question is, in the eyes of the law, if they consider a person's disabillty in a duty to retreat case, how disabled would you have to be?