Welcome to Aftermath, a portion of our First Line email newsletter where Attorney Anthony L. DeWitt walks you through a real-life self-defense incident and shares his key takeaways.
Already having warrants for domestic violence and assault, a South Carolina attacker decided to go for the trifecta. According to WYFF NBC 4 news, the assailant kicked in the door to his girlfriend’s home and waved a gun at her and her two small children. Then he started firing. When he tried to chase her down the hallway, he was met by a man who had his own legally owned firearm. The man shot the attacker, who ran from the house and fell over, dead outside. The defender made sure that the shooter was down, then left the scene, calling the sheriff from his attorney’s office. He gave a statement to law enforcement and will not be charged.
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