I had a random thought today, and although it sounds farfetched, I could actually see this happening. Lets say you are licensed to carry a handgun in your state, and you're outside obeying all the laws. Then lets say someone pulls a gun/knife out on you, and you draw and either fire, or you draw and the person gives up and lays on the ground. What if a bystander who didnt see the original confrontation thought YOU were the aggressor/criminal, and then drew his weapon on you? What would you do? And to explore the law a little, lets say the bystander fired immediately at you, and the only way to survive was to fire back and kill him? Who is in the right? Would you be found guilty? And what if the bystander killed you? What would happen to him after all was said and done? Thought it was an interesting scenario. Scary, but interesting.