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Maryland Cases Show Need For Castle Doctrine
Karen L. Foxx had sought court orders to keep her estranged husband away, had filed criminal assault charges against him and changed her phone number. She also bought a gun to protect herself, and, her lawyer says, Foxx did just that when she fatally shot her husband. Now she awaits word on whether she will be charged with a crime-one of two recent cases in which the legal right to self-defense is under examination.