Idaho Castle Doctrine

Idaho Castle Doctrine

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    Idaho Castle Doctrine

    Idaho's Castle Doctrine Passed!!! Govenor signed on 4/14/06 and will become law on 7/1/06.
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    Congratulations! Great news. Hopefully many more states will follow!


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    Like Missouri.....we have one in the legislature right now.

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    Excellent - the march of progress continues.

    I wish PA would go this route. Congress critter letters needed methinks.
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    congrats, now if the other States will follow....
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    Ugh, And I just moved away from Idaho. Oh well, RFURTKAMP is still there. He'll be happy.
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    That is great! I can't wait to move there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugerman
    That is great! I can't wait to move there.
    If ya come to Eastern Idaho let me know
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    Now you need a "Stand Your Ground" bill.

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    STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

    RS 16170

    The purpose of this legislation is to give a person immunity from civil action for using force to defend his life, family or
    property from those who would seek to harm them or for coming to the aid of another who is threatened. This in no way is intended to apply to if such force is used against law enforcement officers. It would also allow award of reasonable attorney's fees, court costs, compensation for loss of income and all expenses incurred by the defendant in defense of civil action if the court finds that the defendant is immune from such an action.
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