Self-defence

Self`-de·fence' noun See Self-defense .
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Self-defence

• (n.) See Self-defense.
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Self-defence

[Australia] In the criminal law of Australia, self-defence may be a complete defence to criminal liability for causing injury or death in defence of the person or, to a limited extent, property, or a partial defence to murder if the degree of force used was excessive. For the general theory, see the theory of self-defence. ==Self-defence==
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Self-defence

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