Author Topic: 776.032 - When is it invalidated?  (Read 11662 times)

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Re: 776.032 - When is it invalidated?
« Reply #30 on: July 08, 2012, 11:37:45 PM »
Other than to preserve the statute of limitations, it makes sense for the family to hold back on a civil case. In addition to Zimmerman, they have a case against the homeowner's association, but they are probably better off seeing how things develop through testimony. 

I don't think that the civil immunity aspects for the Stand Your Ground law (section 776.032(a)) -- apply to the homeowner's association -- but the theory of negligence advanced against them might differ depending on the outcome of Zimmerman's criminal case.   

 

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