Judge Alan Fine, shown in a 2013 photo, has issued a ruling that a change Florida lawmakers made in the Stand Your Ground self-defense law is unconstitutional. He is the second Miami judge to rule against the change, which shifted the burden the prosecutors to disprove a defendant’s claims. The issue is currently under appeal.
Judge Alan Fine, shown in a 2013 photo, has issued a ruling that a change Florida lawmakers made in the Stand Your Ground self-defense law is unconstitutional. He is the second Miami judge to rule against the change, which shifted the burden the prosecutors to disprove a defendant’s claims. The issue is currently under appeal. Alexia Fodere El Nuevo Herald
Judge Alan Fine, shown in a 2013 photo, has issued a ruling that a change Florida lawmakers made in the Stand Your Ground self-defense law is unconstitutional. He is the second Miami judge to rule against the change, which shifted the burden the prosecutors to disprove a defendant’s claims. The issue is currently under appeal. Alexia Fodere El Nuevo Herald

Florida’s Stand Your Ground change unconstitutional, second Miami judge rules

August 11, 2017 1:23 PM

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