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Should a potential robber's family be able to prosecute the victim for defending their own life?

  • Yes, they should.

    I support this. A potential robber's family should be able to prosecute the victim for defending their own life. This is simply because if the victim could have mentioned them in the court they could also have been caught. For being safe, they ought to prosecute the Victim in return.

  • Yes, they should

    Any person who is accused of a crime is innocent until proven guitlty and if a person takes the life of another person, or otherwise seriously injures them they are interrupting due process. The family of the victim, even if that person was in the process of commiting a crime, deserves justice.

  • No, the victim feared for their life because of the situation that the robber put them in.

    The potential robber's family should not be able to prosecute the victim for defending their own life. The victim was scared for their life and potentially their families life. The family should not have the right to prosecute because the potential robber has broken the law. When someone breaks the law, they are not held to the same rights as a person who has not broken the law.

  • No, a potential robber's family should not be able to prosecute the victim for defending their own life.

    No, a potential robber's family should not be able to prosecute the victim for defending their own life because a person has the right to defend himself. A victim should be able to use whatever force is necessary to survive. The robber's family must accept that their relative was at fault.


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