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00-0744 State v. Nollie

This is so because a general and potential threat of interference is not enough to invoke the self-defense privilege; the threat must be imminent and specific. Although defendant claimed that four men were also in the parking lot at the time, there was no indication that the men accosted him or threatened him - or ...

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