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‘Defense of others’ not an offensive jury charge (access required)

In “defense of others” is a defense to a criminal charge, not an instruction for solicitors—at least in this case—to use offensively, the state Court of Appeals has ruled. When laying out its case against murder defendant Steven Otts, the 11th Circuit Solicitor’s Office told the Saluda County jury during its opening statement that the jury ...

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