Driver In Washington D.C. Claims Self-Defense

A driver in Washington, D.C., was charged with illegal gun possession after shooting and killing a man in what he claimed was self-defense. The incident occurred after a car accident when the victim’s girlfriend called him for help.

Witnesses say the victim confronted the driver multiple times, and the driver shot him after being attacked. Police found that the gun was not registered in D.C. and charged the driver with a gun offense.

While the driver’s attorney may argue that he used reasonable force in self-defense, it is unclear if prosecutors will add any additional charges. The driver was released on supervisory detention with an ankle monitor.

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