Hot on the heels of the recent Markus Kaarma decision, Montana is faced with yet another home invasion shooting trial, which is likely to revive discussions about the Castle Doctrine and, so called, "Stand Your Ground" laws.
The man who lived next door to Markus Kaarma and Janelle Pflager on the night of the shooting testified that Janelle Pflager asked him about Montana gun laws on or about April 22, leading to a brief discussion of the Stand Your Ground defense. Five days later, Markus Kaarma fatally shot German exchange student Diren Dede, who was trespassing in his garage.
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