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SB 378, 80th Regular Session
Relating to the use of force or deadly force in defense of a person.

Texas may OK shooting first in self-defense: The 'stand your ground' bill is a hit with lawmakers and pushed by the NRA; critics call it the 'shoot thy neighbor' bill.
In Los Angeles Times
By Lianne Hart
Publication Date: February 18, 2007
Out of order: winners and losers of the madcap 80th Legislative Session.
In Texas Lawyer
Publication Date: June 11, 2007
Library Location: Periodicals
Legislative update.
In Texas Bar Journal
Publication Date: September 2007
Library Location: Periodicals
2007 legislative summary for the 80th Legislative Session.
In Voice for the Defense
Publication Date: September 2007
Library Location: Periodicals
The Castle Doctrine: an expanding right to stand your ground.
In St. Mary's Law Journal
Publication Date: Vol. 39, No. 3, 2008
Library Location: Periodicals
A man's car is his castle: the expansion of Texas' 'Castle Doctrine' eliminating the duty to retreat in areas outside the home.
In Baylor Law Review
Publication Date: Spring 2008
Library Location: Periodicals
Shoot first: the right to protect one's turf.
In Christian Science Monitor
Publication Date: January 23, 2012
Library Location: Periodicals
Go back to Islam.
In Texas Observer
Publication Date: January 2016
Library Location: Periodicals

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