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HB 137 - Deadly Force in Self Defense - Wyoming Key Vote

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Title: Deadly Force in Self Defense

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to concur with senate amendments and pass a bill that grants individuals immunity from civil prosecution for the use of deadly force in defense of themselves, their property, their home, or others.

Highlights:

- Requires that the individual applying deadly force have a reasonable fear of imminent peril, death, or injury in order to claim civil immunity (sec. 1). - States that the excusable use of defensive of deadly force does not apply if (sec. 1):

    - the individual against whom the force is used has a right to be on the property - the individual against whom the force is used is trying to remove a child, grandchild, or an anyone in their legal custody from the property - the individual entering is an officer of the peace performing his/her official duties

See How Your Politicians Voted

Title: Deadly Force in Self Defense

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that grants individuals immunity from civil prosecution for the use of deadly force in defense of themselves, their property, their home, or others.

Highlights:

- Requires that the individual applying deadly force have a reasonable fear of imminent peril, death, or injury in order to claim civil immunity (sec. 1). - States that the excusable use of defensive of deadly force does not apply if (sec. 1):

    - the individual against whom the force is used has a right to be on the property - the individual against whom the force is used is trying to remove a child, grandchild, or an anyone in their legal custody from the property - the individual entering is an officer of the peace performing his/her official duties

See How Your Politicians Voted

Title: Deadly Force in Self Defense

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that grants individuals immunity from civil prosecution for the use of deadly force in defense of themselves, their property, their home, or others.

Highlights:

- Requires that the individual applying deadly force have a reasonable fear of imminent peril, death, or injury in order to claim civil immunity (sec. 1). - States that the excusable use of defensive of deadly force does not apply if (sec. 1):

    - the individual against whom the force is used has a right to be on the property - the individual against whom the force is used is trying to remove a child, grandchild, or an anyone in their legal custody from the property - the individual entering is an officer of the peace performing his/her official duties

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