IMO, it depends. Has the defense shown any signs that they will try to expand the Castle Doctrine to a person who claims they thought they were in their own home? And if they do make that argument, what standard of review will apply? An objective reasonableness standard? IMO it's not relevant what would happen if she had been at her own home, but rather whether the defense is trying to claim her alleged belief of being in her own home as triggering the broad protection of the Castle Doctrine. What was or was not in Jean's apartment is completely irrelevant. I agree with all of this ^ Again, really curious how this issue will play out.