Castle Doctrine Makes A Comeback In Kansas

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The Kansas state senate has unanimously passed Senate Bill 381, legislation that would clarify the state's current self-defense statute in the wake of the Kansas Supreme Court Ruling in State v. Hendrix. In that disastrous decision, the court held that if a person threatens force instead of actually using deadly force, the individual is not entitled to a self-defense jury instruction and could be charged with aggravated assault. Cam Edwards speaks with NRA Kansas State Liaison Jordan Austin about the Hendrix case and need for this "Castle Doctrine Bill" that now moves to the desk of Governor Mark Parkinson for his consideration.