Jan 13, 2016

of cannot defend yourself from a robber by using a bigger knife than his

The law states that I must be in fear and be certain that there is a genuine risk against me and my family in order to validate manslaughter during self-defense. In the state situation, I might take measures to hurt or even kill the robber, but only with intent to protect my family. I can however instead, release a few warning shots to warn the robber. Should he continue to charge ahead and try to kill me, I have every right to shoot and kill him. However, I can’t open my front door upon seeing a robber trying to break in, and fire shots at him. No, the law doesn’t allow it.

Malaysia Law: ‘You Can’t Defend Yourself From A Robber By Using A Bigger Knife Than His’

Malaysia Law: ‘You Can’t Defend Yourself From A Robber By Using A Bigger Knife Than His’

[Photo Source: Faisal Hamdi]


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