Wasn't a good idea on her part.
A pregnant Florida woman is dead after an alleged road-rage incident in Orange City Saturday. However, investigators say the victim was the aggressor.
And that right there nullifies the stand your ground law. She became the aggressor at that point.Even if they had aggressively chased her, why come out of your home after you locked the door and armed yourself?
any logical person would have called police and waited inside.
Just look up the full caseThe key difference there is "Aggressively chased". If you passively follow me, I'm going to meet up with the nearest uniformed officer and confront the follower. If you aggressively chase me, I may very well stop, seek cover and assume a shooting stance! "Aggressively chase" means to run red lights, cut people off, dart in and out of traffic, tailgate, etc. In other words, be a danger to all around. Look it up.
Following somebody is not a crime. Esp after they “hit and ran “.According to the report, the other witnesses were on the phone with 911 when the guns were drawn. Should be a short investigation.
I agree that “chasing “ her was a bad idea, but as a motorcycle rider, simply following her while on the phone with police isn’t unreasonable. Especially if there is a back story