The piece of legislation eliminates the "duty to retreat" if you are confronted by an attacker. It also expands the so called "castle doctrine." That's a piece of common law that states your home is your castle and can be defended with deadly force. "The bill restores the human right to self defense, which has been eroded away by our criminal judicial system," John Hohenwarter with the National Rifle Association said.
Read Original at: WPMT (York, Pa.)