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Did you commit a crime if you shoot a home invader?

The instinct to protect oneself is primal. Since the dawn of humanity, people have been defending themselves against acts of aggression from another person. It's natural to want to defend yourself, especially if a person enters your home without permission and with the intent to cause harm. However, are you guilty of a crime if you fight back and harm or kill the other person?

The element of premeditation in a second degree murder charge

It's a serious thing to find yourself facing criminal allegations involving an act of violence against another person. Even if you did not mean to harm a person or the charges against you are false, it is in your interests to take your situation seriously and move to build a viable criminal defense strategy as soon as possible. This is particularly true if you are facing second degree murder charges. 

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