Right-to-Carry Laws, Stand-Your-Ground Laws, and Justifiable Homicides – A Jurimetric Analysis

John J. Donahue e Ivan César Ribeiro

The relationship between gun ownership and crime in the United States have predominantly focused on teasing out any effects that allowing citizens to carry concealed weapons have on violent crime, particularly on murders. A much less developed strand of research has explored the expansion of stand your ground laws and their effect on defensive gun use.

Publicado em: 24/06/2012