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    PA - Felony Burglary+ :: Schuylkill County - 12 Aug 2016

    Felony Burglary+ :: Schuylkill County - 12 Aug 2016

    Defendant:


    Andrew Stephen Lutz :: White / Male / 41 Years Old

    Schuylkill County is in Eastern, PA.

    Day Three

    Lower Court Docket SheetS:

    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Docket...R-0000235-2016
    &
    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Docket...R-0000235-2016

    Historically:

    Bail Amount & Conditions are Determined at Preliminary Arraignment


    PA Stand-Your-Ground Excerpt:

    Pennsylvania has very similar Statute to many of these States,
    but there are some important distinctions as well.
    In general, Stand Your Ground Laws are a way to establish a Defense for justifying use of force in either a Civil or Criminal context when a person is Sued, or Prosecuted for their use of Force.
    They are an extension of the Self-Defense Exception to the ban on using Force.

    Via: Fienman Defense™


    PA Statute:
    Title 18 Section () 505:

    http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI...5.005.000..HTM


    Last edited by Richrd; 08-14-2016 at 10:20 PM.

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    Case Advanced to Upper Court of Common Pleas

    Felony Burglary+ :: Schuylkill County - 12 Aug 2016

    Defendant:


    Andrew Stephen Lutz
    White / Male / 41 Years Old

    Schuylkill County is in Eastern, PA.

    Court Docket SheetS:

    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Docket...R-0000388-2017
    &
    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Docket...R-0000235-2016
    &
    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Docket...R-0000388-2017

    PA Stand-Your-Ground Excerpt:

    Pennsylvania has very similar Statute to many of these States,
    but there are some important distinctions as well.
    In general, Stand Your Ground Laws are a way to establish a Defense for justifying use of force in either a Civil or Criminal context when a person is Sued, or Prosecuted for their use of Force.
    They are an extension of the Self-Defense Exception to the ban on using Force.

    Via: Fienman Defense™


    PA Statute:
    Title 18 Section () 505:

    http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI...5.005.000..HTM



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