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Necessity and duress are closely related. These defenses justify an action that would be a crime. Necessity is only available if the act was necessary to commit to save a life or relieve an individual from severe suffering. The action must be reasonable and no other alternatives available.
Duress, on the other hand, is an act that is caused by the defendants reasonable fear that they would immediately suffer death or serious harm. Any opportunity to avoid the situation will negate the defense.
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