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Texas Castle Doctrine Explained
Jeremy Bentham Digs into the Nuts and Bolts of Defending Your Home


Superb explanations on Castle Doctrine and Stand your Ground law as is practiced in Texas. The spokes-lawyers are easy on the eyes too.

Texas Castle Doctrine U.S. Law Shield

Published on Apr 19, 2017

In Texas, what is the difference between the Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground? What do you need to know?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEq38Gd6wQQ

Stop or I'll Shoot- Can you use deadly force against burglars in Texas?

Great explanation of the peculiarities of Texas law as it pertains to using lethal force to prevent thieves from fleeing with your property. Texas is the only state I’m aware of where this is permissible, so don’t try this at home if you’re not a Texan.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDOqxFnRsXQ

Warning shot: Ticket to prison? -Texas

Believe it or not firing a warning shot can get you prosecuted for assault or reckless conduct in many jurisdictions. That seems counter-intuitive of course, since we were all brought up watching TV and movie dramas where the protagonist fires a warning shot in an attempt to scare off an adversary and deescalate a potentially lethal confrontation (heck, all the “A-Team” did was fire warning shots). However, that is not the way the authorities tend to see it these days. So be warned.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irnD34P2l1w

(Massad Ayoob on Stand Your Ground Laws - Long Version Gun Digest TV 16:36 min)

The Ayatollah of Self-Defense and the Law explains stand your ground laws as they exist in Florida and elsewhere in the Republic.

Thriving in Bad Places

https://www.amazon.com/Thriving-Bad-Places-Awareness-Counter-Aggression/dp/1534734430/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1466882185&sr=1-3&keywords=james+lafond

http://jameslafond.blogspot.com/

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Jeremy BenthamMay 30, 2017 4:21 PM UTC

My bad. Here's the actual link to the video explaining the rules pertaining to the use of deadly force to prevent the loss of property under Texas law. Funny explanation. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVOOcx9637c

Keep in mind tough that this applies only in the Great State of Texas.