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Stand your ground Immunity from prosecution

Posted by John P. Rutkowski | Oct 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

Criminal law -- Immunity -- Stand Your Ground Law. Unsworn allegations of defendant and his counsel do not satisfy defendant's burden to establish a prima facie claim of self-defense immunity. Further, defendant failed to comply with rule 3.190 requirement that facts underlying motion to dismiss be sworn to by someone with personal knowledge of facts. Motion for declaration of immunity and dismissal is denied.

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Mr. Rutkowski has been practicing law for the past twenty-five years. Prior to going to law school Mr. Rutkowski served as a deputy sheriff before retiring to attend law school. Upon graduating law school Mr. Rutkowski served as a prosecutor in Florida before going in to private practice and representing clients in three states.


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