Jacksonville police surrounded HIS Northside home after they say he shot and killed a burglar. Now, police have identified the homeowner who is free from jail, and free from MOST charges. 3 The situation could have ended much worse for 59- year-old Michael Acord, who will NOT be charged for killing 20-year-old Darren Johnson... the man police say broke into Acord's home Saturday morning. He IS, however, charged for simply having the weapon in his possession. According to police, it's a violation of the restraining order filed against Acord 2-years ago. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell has been following this story since it happened. She spoke to a local gun rights attorney today and joins us now live from the Northside home on Aubrey Avenue. Elizabeth? 3 LIVE INTRO - The local gun rights attorney I spoke with says the home owner who shot and killed a burglar -- here at this house behind me -- may have broken the law by having a gun which violated the injunction -- but the attorney says if it weren't for that gun -- the home owner might not be alive today. 00-1054-591'20-1'25SOT - 3955 the law prohibits people who have injunctions entered against them from possessing fire arms; the problem is in this case breaking the law may have actually saved this gentlemans lifeTRACK - Attorney Eric Friday is talking about 59-year-old Michael Acord -- the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says he shot and killed 20-year-old Darren Johnson when he broke into a side window of Acord's rental home on Aubrey Avenue on the Northside Saturday morning. The homeowner is NOT being charged in the shooting, which JSO says appears to be justifiable, but he was arrested for having a gun -- which violates his injunction which was placed on him in January of 2012.Friday is the Lead Counsel for Florida Carry and says in many injunction cases -- there's a lack of due process that can lead to a person losing a fundamental right like ownership of a gun -- without being able to contest it.SOT - 4233 we need to make sure when we take someone rights away we have done something to justify the loss of that right and not do it based on allegations and without proper processTRACK - Channel 4's Crime and Safety Expert Ken Jefferson says if Acord didn't have the injunction against him -- the whole legal process would probably be over for Acord. But Jefferson says he DID the right thing.SOT - 4812 absolutely he did the right thing simply because he protected himself and his property youve got a person intruding you dont know what their intentions are obviously they're not good because they're forcing his way in and you have the right to protect yourself TAG - I spoke to Mr.Acord on the phone today -- he is in the process of hiring an attorney and because of that is not able to comment on the incident. Elizabeth -- We understand this was a random break-in ... Do we know if there have been other break-ins in that area?