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Self-serving testimony didn’t confer stand your ground immunity  (access required)

A woman who sought immunity from prosecution under South Carolina’s “stand your ground” law was properly denied that immunity because the only evidence supporting her argument that she shot and killed a man in self-defense was her own inconsistent and self-serving testimony, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled.  Gregg Pickrell had sought immunity under ...

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