A Hero of Strangers

Article 11. Justifying circumstances. — The following do not incur any criminal liability:

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(3) Anyone who acts in defense of the person or rights of a stranger, provided that the first and second requisites mentioned in the first circumstance of this Article are present and that the person defending be not induced by revenge, resentment, or other evil motives.

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