The short answer is no, he cannot shoot back legally.
You cannot claim self defense if you are at fault for creating the circumstances that lead to the physical confrontation (by, for example, robbing someone's house). The person in your example could be charged with any number of serious offenses including attempted murder, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, felonious assault, etc.
Matthew C. Bangerter
38109 Euclid Avenue
Willoughby, OH 44094
(440) 946-LAWS (5297)
The short answer is NO. The minute he elects to commit a crime, he forfeits the legal rights conferred by thr CCW permit. No Court would permit jim to use the law's protection (the CCW permit) when he violated the law (the burglary)
Atty. Dennis A. DiMartino
1032 Boardman-Canfield Road
Youngstown, OH 44512-4238
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