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  • A justification defense for committing a criminal act where it is argued that another reasonable person would have acted in the same way. The defendant must have acted with the realistic belief that he or she was in imminent danger of harm or death and had no other viable way to escape the situation.

    10.4135/9781412972024.n2284

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