Battered women who kill psychological self defense as legal justification by ewing charles patrick 1949 cn. The claim of self defense women who kill their batterers may claim that the killing was committed in self defense the law considers self defense an act of justification this means that the legal system does not consider someone who kills in self defense morally culpable it concludes that the action was correct under the circumstances the claim of self defense requires battered women defendants to demonstrate that their actions meet the legal standards for a claim of self defense . Battered women who kill psychological self defense as legal justification this edition published in 1987 by lexington books in lexington mass. Battered women who kill psychological self defense as legal justification charles patrick ewing format book hathitrust emergency access published lexington mass lexington books c1987 description viii 175 p 24 cm notes includes index bibliography p 143 169 subject headings. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more
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