Self Defense: What is 'reasonable force'?
FARGO - When Jere Hilland teaches you how to defend yourself, he always preaches using “reasonable force.”
“In other words, if someone punches you in the nose, you can punch them in the nose,” said Hilland, who has taught firearms classes in North Dakota for 10 years. “But you can’t keep punching them in the nose. That’s excessive force.”
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