Law of Self-Defense in North Carolina

Wednesday, June 12, 1996
Price: 
$23.00
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This book analyzes North Carolina's criminal law on self-defense and other defenses involving defensive force, such as defense of others and defense of habitation. It explains the rules governing the use of defensive force and includes extensive citations to relevant North Carolina case law. The book also discusses issues that commonly arise in the trial of self-defense cases, including evidentiary issues, burdens of proof, and jury instructions.

Publication date: 
Wednesday, June 12, 1996
Author: 
John Rubin
ISBN: 
978-1-56011-245-7
Edition: 
1996
Page count: 
215
Price: 
$23.00