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8)   Kansas

Kansas enacted Stand Your Ground in 2006.


According to Kansas Defense Attorney Carl Cornwell, “You have the right to use deadly force if somebody’s going to try to hurt you,” Cornwell said.

Kansas’ Stand Your Ground law specifies the person can’t be engaged in illegal activity while defending him or herself. The law has rarely been applied in Kansas since it’s gone into effect, The Wichita Eagle notes.