In the case above, a Florida man drew down on a process server who invaded his home. After his acquittal on brandishing carges, he tells it like it is. “Luckily, I’m in a position where I was able to have two very good attorneys [to] handle this case. The average person . . . would have either be in jail right now [or] they would have taken a plea deal.” As you know . . .
the end of a defensive gun use is not the end of the incident. If you live in an anti-gun rights state — and maybe even if you don’t — you could be facing trial. Both criminal and civil. You’re going need all the legal help you can get.
Are you ready for the legal and financial aftermath of a defensive gun use? I’m a member of Texas Law Shield (not a paid endorsement). Do you have a lawyer on speed dial?