Always consult an attorney knowledgable in regard to use of force law, not Uncle Bill who's livlihood is divorce and slip & falls. Here's my point, having survived many lawsuits and involved in mnay more - A statute is NOT the final word on anything, it's the case law that follows enactment you'd best abide by. That's where a good attorney is invaluable. Rau will back me on this as we share mnay years and experiences dealing with use of force issues. Years ago, it was lawful to shoot ANY fleeing felon regardless of the nature of the crime. Stealing over $50 was a felony as was passing a closed account check, stealing chickens at night, bigamy,homosexual relations, dynamiting fish, etc. Such laws stayed on the books long after the U.S.Supreme Court "laid down the law". Many statutes are still on the books (in the books?) which, even if followed to the letter, will end badly for someone trying to "do the right thing". Attorneys get a bad rap but they can also keep YOU from getting a "Rap Sheet". Anyway, be careful, be aware, and keep your family safe.