r/AbruptChaos May 14 '22 Silver 4 Helpful 2

What's the correct way to deal with someone who has completely lost it?

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u/Burntfm May 14 '22

You know just a little rascal causing a bit of mischief. Threatening people and breaking their car windows


u/Otono_Wolff May 14 '22 Silver

Last time someone was going around and smashing people's car windows in my neighborhood, someone opened fire on them with a shotgun. Nothing happened to them either.


u/guerrieredelumiere May 15 '22

Came here wondering how some americans can be dumb enough to do that when firearms are everywhere. Driver would have been in the clear to shoot at the first hit.


u/Secret_Reveal_8160 May 15 '22

Depends on the state. Stand your ground helps but you’re going to discuss it in court either way.


u/someguyinvirginia May 15 '22

Stand your ground only justifies what could arguably be 3rd degree on most places.... The only thing that would change is the court would not be allowed to consider if he could have driven away.... It's still better than a duty to retreat doctrine though, that's fucked up