STAND YOUR GROUND
Murder & Manslaughter
Assault & Battery
Theft Crimes And Burglary
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Stand Your Ground
What Happens If You Violate Your Probation?
At Eisenmenger, Robinson, Blaue & Peters, P.A., we are one of the innovators of Stand Your Ground, and we currently are engaged in issues that may lead all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Stand Your Ground is an important expansion of the right of self-defense. We are actively involved in the fight to determine the types of situations in which you can stand your ground and how you are entitled to assert your immunity from criminal and civil sanctions. Our fight to establish a citizen's right to a jury trial to determine immunity is currently being appealed and may ultimately be decided by the United States Supreme Court.
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If you have been forced to defend yourself and find yourself charged with a crime as a result, you need an attorney who thoroughly understands the issue. Contact us to discuss your case in confidence.