After a Kansas City man was charged with shooting a teen who showed up at the wrong house while trying to pick up his sibling, a prosecutor said the shooting was not in self-defense and that Missouri’s “stand your ground” law does not allow it. Colorado’s “make my day” law differs, and Gabby Easterwood has the details.
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Title: How Colorado’s ‘make my day’ law differs from ‘stand your ground’ laws in other states
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