Legal Training in the Use of Deadly Force

Proper training in self-defense law can teach you what you need to do before, during and after a violent encounter to avoid undeserved legal action.

I think that much of America missed the memo that your actions can make a difference.  For better, or for worse.

That is a great concept to keep in mind in general, but especially when the stakes are high like when you are dealing with violence.

Your personal freedom and financial security is at risk along with your personal safety.  What people some times don’t realize is that the choices you make now can influence the outcome.

Self-Defense Legal Skills

In fact, your actions can make a significant difference in the outcome of a violent encounter.  Making the decision to get appropriate training with your defensive handgun, carrying your handgun with you and having a willingness to use your handgun all increase the likelihood of your survival in a situation where you face violence and a potentially lethal threat.  These decisions are made long before you face the threat, but impact it’s outcome just the same.  Of course decisions you make in the midst of a self-defense scenario make a difference.  That is easy to understand.  What you do afterwards makes a difference in the outcome as well.  Things like being able to medically care for yourself while you are waiting for professional medical help.

It shouldn’t be a surprise that it is the same with the legal aspects of self-defense.  There are actions you can take long before, during and after you are involved in violence that can make a difference in your legal standing.

That is the specific topic in our discussion today;  The actions that you can take before, during and after a violent encounter that can help you to avoid undeserved criminal and civil legal action.