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It's controversial for two reasons. First, it provides that a person who uses deadly physical force under the circumstances where he believes it is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm, is immune from criminal prosecution and any civil action for the use of that force. Second, the immunity provision and the determination of whether it applies, is not to be decided by the jury, but rather, it is to be decided by the court before any criminal prosecution can proceed.
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