Lawful armed defender faces grand jury

As is too often the case, a lawful self-defender who shot and killed an armed robber will face a Texas grand jury. Rather than immediately make the right decision to drop the case, the prosecutor is punting the case to the grand jury, which means the lawful defender will have to endure the stress of a grand jury investigation, and potentially a felony indictment and years of litigation. You can read about the case here.