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Necessity is intentionally doing a lesser harm to prevent a greater harm. It’s basically choosing between one of two or more evils in the pressure of circumstances.

For example when a person is in a situation he or she did not create which is an emergency chooses to commit a lesser evil in other to avoid a more severe harm that would’ve occurred.

Necessity is a defense and can be succeeded in a situation where the damage has been commuted to avoid the tester evil and the act was reasonable in the circumstances.

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