1, imaginary defense
Justifiable defense requires an unlawful act of damage to the real existence. Hypothetical defense refers to the practice of illegal injury. There is no existence in action and practice. Only because of the fault of the operator, there is an unlawful damage in imagination or speculation, and a damage to human in imagination or speculation.
2. Defense separation
The wrongful action of justifiable defense is an automatic suggestion for the damage of the person, and the defender is forced to defend it in order to prevent the harm. Defensive alienation refers to an action that a wrongful injured person tries to provoke, lure, and promote himself to attack himself, and then injure the other side by "justifiable defense".
3. Improper defense
Justifiable defense is necessary to implement the ongoing unlawful damage action. Unjustifiable defense refers to the "defensive" action that is not being carried out in the process of unlawful damage. It contains two kinds of conditions, early defense and post defense.
4, external defense
Justifiable defense is necessary for the person who is unlawfully injured. External defense refers to the action of a defender against a person other than the wrongful person.
5, resist defense
Justifiable defense is the protector of the legitimate rights and interests, and counterattacks against the unlawfully injured. There is no question of justifiable defense for those who carry out legal action. Resistance defense refers to the actions of actors to resist or hurt people performing their duties or other lawful actions in order to protect their illegal interests. For example, the fugitive resisted the pursuit of public security personnel.
6, melee action
On both sides of the justifiable defense, one party is an impair and the other is the defender of the legitimate rights and interests. If both sides have mutual damage, they all carry out unlawful action, which is attributable to the unlawfully injured, and both sides have no right to justifiable defense. Melee action refers to the mutual action on both sides of the fighting.
Justifiable defense can not exceed the necessary limits. The excessive defense is the action that the action person's defense action exceeds the necessary limit and causes undue harm to the other party.