Q. Race in the Justice System

stand your ground penalty is a white person kill a black person and the penalty if a black person kill a white person



Thanks for contacting the online library. You can find information on your topic using the search phrase:

"stand your ground law" AND disparity. Using quotation marks, as I have, will return more precise results.

Begin at the library homepage.

Select the Find Articles button.

Select the database ProQuest Central.

Enter a check mark in the Full Text box (found under the search bar).

Click Advanced Search (found above the bar)

Enter "stand your ground law" in the top search bar.

Enter disparity in the next search bar (empty bar next to the word AND).

Click Search.

Scan the results to find information that shows how the law has been applied inconsistently. The law was not written with different standards for whites and blacks. However the controversy is how it tends to be applied.

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