You're preaching to the choir on this one, my friend lol. There is absolutely nothing wrong with defending yourself if you have to, morally speaking. However, I don't think that means you'd be exempt of legal consequence. If you were to use lethal force, wouldn't you have to prove in court that said lethal force was justified? Even legally-speaking, there's always a possibility of your case being deemed "imperfect self-defense". Wasn't really asking for any, but you aren't wrong. Legal advice isn't really hard to come by if you know where to look, so I do agree that people contact a state lawyer if needed. I think you're confusing Wikipedia for WebMD, here. : Which is why this thread exists. Laws can be different, whether slightly or vastly, so I wanted to hear from people on the forum. So far I've seen good discussions, here. I don't live in Ohio, but "Buckeye Firearms Association" is a cool name for an organization. In my case, I've got Home - Florida Carry, Inc. May peace favor your sword, also, friend.