What is the Texas law on the use of deadly force? What is the difference between force and deadly force? What are the levels of force? What is the use of force continuum? Does the same standard that applies to police and military apply to ordinary civilians in self-defense cases? The Armed Attorneys break down the Texas definitions of force and deadly force.
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