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The person who assaulted me claims they were defending their property. Is that legal?
In some cases, those who hurt you rely on the idea that they were defending property. While it is legal to do so, the amount of force they use must be appropriate. When out-of-control security inflicts serious injuries on you, it’s unlikely this defense will hold up.
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