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1 July 2006

Macon Telegraph (Georgia) / AP

ATLANTA — Georgians will be free to use deadly force to defend themselves in public areas, under a new state law that takes effect today. Backed by the National Rifle Association, the law essentially extends the "castle doctrine" to sidewalks, parking lots and other public places. It makes it clear that a person can shoot first if they believe they are in imminent danger. Critics contend it's an invitation to violence and has echoes of the Wild West. The law is one... (

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