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RON MARCH....CASTLE DOCTRINE AND STAND YOUR GROUND LAW
The Castle Doctrine and “stand-your-ground” laws are affirmative defenses for individuals charged with criminal homicide. The Castle Doctrine is a common law doctrine stating that an individual has no duty to retreat when in his or her home, or “castle,” and may use reasonable force, including deadly force, to defend his or her property, person, or another. Outside of the “castle,” however, an individual has a duty to retreat, if able to do so, before using reasonable force. Stand-your-ground laws, by comparison, remove the common law requirement to retreat outside of one's “castle,” allowing an individual to use force in self-defense when there is reasonable belief of a threat. Deadly force is reasonable under stand-your-ground laws in certain circumstances, such as imminent great bodily harm or death.
Castle Bones Radio (CBR)
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
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CBR Radio Spotlight Interview with RN Margaret Part 2 – 911 first responder
Castle Season 7 #17” Hong Kong Hustle” discussion.
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Join us for our 198th episode of The Verbal Submission, presented by Kountermove, on Sunday, February 8th, 2015, as hosts Brian Hemminger, Gerry Rodriguez and Richard Perry discuss the latest happenings in the world of mixed martial arts. We'll be talking Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz, the upcoming UFC Fight Night 60 card and much, much more.
Our special guest will be Castle Williams, who fought this past week at a Tachi Palace event and suffered his first career defeat via close decision.
Indiana recently passed a law holing up the American citizen's legal right to use lethal force to defend themselves against unlawful police aggression, brutality, trespass, kidnapping and a host of other transgressions.
In light of the apparent genocide that is taking place when it comes to the police murdering people of color, is this law necessary nationwide or is it the harbinger of civil war on an epic scale? Is it just?
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Linda Hunt, Interior Designer and owner of Creatively Yours Custom will be my guest on Blog Talk Radio this Friday.
She will be talking about her experience doing the 2014 RSOL Designer house powder room.
From the planning stages with the builder and the Richmond Symphony League, to the finished room and the open house. Linda will be discussing the inspiration that helped her create a showpiece room in the house.
So tune in tomorrow at 11am for a great show on the 2014 RSOL Designer House.
In this episode I want to discuss the doctrine of forgiveness found in a book written by James Freeman Clarke, and I will read from this book throughout this podcast.
Join us as we welcome back Alfred Sole & Claire Kaufman from the Castle art department/production design. I believe this is Alfred's third interview with us and this is the second time we've had the privlege of speaking with Claire. This is their second interview together.
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Feel free to call in during the live interview. We will take as many calls & answer as many questions as we can. The interview will last about 30 minutes.
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