Legal & Second Amendment
Uncover the rules governing the legal use of force in self-defense, get tips on how to practice safe and legal concealed carry, and stay up-to-date on firearms-related legislation at both the state and national levels—especially as it relates to the Second Amendment and the right to keep and bear arms.
USCCA — March 9, 2019
In this week's “Ask a Self-Defense Attorney” video, the founder of the largest criminal defense firm in Wisconsin, Tom Grieve, shares with you the biggest mistake that someone can make after a self-defense shooting.
Tim Schmidt — March 6, 2019
Friends — This post is the first in a series of weekly news updates and observations from the USCCA to help keep our members, and all responsibly armed Americans, up to date on important concealed carry developments.
USCCA — March 4, 2019
The USCCA has gathered some of the most frequently asked Utah firearms questions. Read on for answers to some of the top questions regarding Utah gun laws.
USCCA — March 2, 2019
In this week's “Ask A Self-Defense Attorney” video, former state prosecutor turned criminal defense attorney Tom Grieve discusses how important your 911 call is after a self-defense incident and how it can make or break your case.
John Caile — March 1, 2019
Many people are making plans to be on the road for this upcoming vacation season. Consider taking some preemptive steps to protect yourself while traveling.
Kevin Michalowski — February 28, 2019
In late February 2019, the House passed H.R.8, a bill requiring universal background checks (among other things). Background checks can’t stop crime and won’t stop bad guys from getting guns. Universal background checks are nothing more than a first step to firearms registration and eventual…