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it depends on your local state laws.

here in texas you can use deadly force to protect your home for an invader. that is when the intruder is in your home and was not invited. (this has happened 2 times already this year)

also, if the person leaves your home, and you believe that have somethinng of yours that you may never recover, you do have the right to use deadly force in texas. (last year a 19 year old kid got drunk, and he thought he was at his house which the back sliding door is broke and does not lock. he ended up at the wrong house which coincedentally the back sliding door was unlocked. he enterd the home. and suprised the home owner at 2 am. he then went running out of the back sliding door and out the side gate out onto the main street. the homeowner actually followed him out and beleived the kid had stolen something and he shot the 19 year old 2 houses down the street. 19 year old died on the street. cops considered it "justifiable". )

and im not 100% sure on this but i do believe in texas the same goes for a vehicle burglary.
 
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