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.

Self-Defense: Not Just for “Important” People

The recent politically motivated attack on a group of Republican Congressmen practicing at a baseball field reminded everyone of the… Read More >

Not There Yet…

Even with all of the positive results of recent elections, along with the appointment of a solid Constitutionalist to the… Read More >

Keller v. Keller

On the same day that New York advertising exec Ted Kramer landed the biggest account of his career, his wife,… Read More >

Road Rage: Getting Worse, Not Better

Frankly, I’m getting tired of having to write columns about road rage. You’d have thought that, as it becomes widely… Read More >

The 5th Amendment and “Miranda”

Thanks to TV shows (and numerous political scandals), most Americans are aware that they have a “right to remain silent”… Read More >

Why You Want Your Firearms Attorney to Understand Firearms

It should come as no surprise that there are a lot (way too many by a factor of ten, perhaps?)… Read More >

Split-Second Justice

Last week, I was having a conversation with an attorney friend of mine who has an impressive track record in… Read More >

If You Are Shot…

Holding a defensive weapon does not ensure that we will win a fight. Even highly trained, motivated men — America’s… Read More >

The Early Bird Avoids the Indictment … or Does He?

When it comes to securing counsel with regards to use-of-force law, the saying goes, “The earlier, the better.” How true… Read More >

Kiss Your Mother-in-Law

Not everybody survives an encounter with a thug, but let’s say you do. Whatever the circumstances, the police may arrive… Read More >

Crossing State Lines with Your Gun

The more you know, the farther you go. If you are not carrying your gun, it can’t help you. So… Read More >

It’s Over … or Is It?

You survived the assault. Your wife and children are unhurt. Except for minor damage to the car, everything is fine. Read More >

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