Moore v. Madigan, 702 F.3d 933 (7th Cir. 2012).
See United States v. Masciandaro, 638 F.3d 458, 475 (4th Cir. 2011) (Wilkinson, J., writing for the Court as to Part III.B) (recognizing that the Supreme Court left open "the question of Heller's applicability outside the home environment").
Carico v. Commonwealth, 70 Ky. (7 Bush) 124 (1870):
Now if a man feels sure that his life is in continual danger, and that
to take the life of his menacing enemy is his only safe security, does not the
rationale of the principle as thus defined allow him to kill that enemy
whenever and wherever he gives him a chance and there is no sign of relenting?
But before a jury should acquit they should be well satisfied that the
killing was not the offspring of bad passion, but solely of a thorough and
well-founded belief that it was necessary for security.