In the previous post, the element of innocence was discussed. We continue with the discussion on how your innocence in the fight could be lost, resulting in losing a key element in a self-defense claim. Remember, if you are viewed at the attacker or aggressor in the incident, your actions are NOT in self-defense. An… Continue reading Training – Attacker or Defender Which Do You Want to Be? – Part 2 – Blog 21-15
Reluctantly, you have had to defend yourself from an attack. You are safe, and the police have been notified by you. Now the real fight maybe beginning. Was the defense of yourself legal and within the boundaries of the criminal statutes? Because what will happen next is a criminal investigation of the incident. The conclusion… Continue reading Training – Was It Legal? The Law of Self-Defense. – Blog 21-13
Your life had been threatened and you have successfully defended yourself. The assailant has been stopped and they are lying on the ground before you. Your body in its “fight or flight” instincts have dump a whole lot of adrenalin in your system. What should you do now? The actions suggested is not inclusive, depending… Continue reading Self Defense Series – Blog 21-3
As a person who is carrying a concealed handgun for personal protection; there are several questions you need to have considered and answered before you are faced with a decision. Can you shoot a person which has a high probability of causing serious injury or death? This is probably the most important question that you… Continue reading Self Defense Series – Blog 21-2
On June 21, 2021 in the Olde Town Square section of Arvada, Colorado; a 59-year-old resident armed himself with a shotgun and an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle.