Another term, the "Make My Day Law", arose in the USA at the time of the 1985
Colorado statute that shielded people from any criminal/civil suits for using force
Aug 4, 2010 ... The Make My Day Law is a Colorado statute (state law) that creates a justification
for the use of force against an intruder in a residence.
Feb 6, 2015 ... In a legal first, a Colorado prisoner has successfully used the state's Make My
Day Law to defend himself in a prison killing.
A woman who caused fatal injuries to her ex-boyfriend with a broken beer bottle
will not face any charges under Colorado's Make My Day law. On Oct..
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May 5, 2015 ... Exactly what does Colorado's "Make My Day" law say about when a homeowner
can shoot an intruder in their home? Jaclyn Allen has the story ...
Jul 30, 2013 ... The Denver Post has an article today about Colorado's "Make My Day" law that
allows homeowners to use deadly force against an intruder in ...
Aug 12, 2015 ... The Make My Day Law is a legal doctrine that a person is justified to use deadly
force to defend him or herself when threatened on...
Jul 15, 2013 ... But there's a world of difference between Colorado's 28-year-old home-
protection statute, commonly known as the "Make My Day" law, and ...
Jan 9, 2013 ... When confronted by three intruders in his home, Al Michaud invoked Colorado's
Make My Day Law and opened fire.
The Castle Doctrine (also known as castle law or make my day law) gives
citizens in their homes – and in some states – cars or workplaces the right to