There was a case in which a man shot at a homeless persons dogs that were charging him on a hiking trail in Arizona. He missed the dogs and then the homeless man attacked him. He shot the homeless man with a 10mm pistol with hollow points. One of the dogs that was a chow had bitten a sherifs deputy in the past. The man was convicted and sent to jail. On of the jurrors said she voted guilty because he used hollow points and his gun was more powerfull than what the police carry. I looked up info on this case and could not find out what defense his lawyer mounted to these points. I would think the lawyer could have put a cop on the stand and had him explain why his department requires hollow points. Also since he was on a nature trail it would be normal to have a powerfull hangun capeable of stopping an attacking wild animal. Do you have acess to the transcripts of the trial or know what Mr. Fish's lawyer argued? If so can you please sumarize the defense that was made for him or direct me to an internet article that talks about his defense in court.