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Old June 28, 2012, 11:56 AM   #9
MLeake
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DNS, I don't live in Texas, so maybe you can clarify this point:

In Florida or Georgia, and I'm pretty sure in Missouri, too, brandishing a weapon and provoking those around me while doing so would fall under either "assault" or "assault with a deadly weapon." Seems to me that would put me on the wrong side of a Stand Your Ground scenario right off the bat.

So, if a person acted as you described (brandishing, and provoking), what would Texas consider that to be?
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