Real-life examples of use of force in self-defense
Watch the two below videos of real-life examples of self-defense, from surveillance cameras. Defenders in both assaults did the right thing, but … it is not just what they did, but how. So, watch and then think, which defender’s lawyer will have a more difficult job?
Which defender’s lawyer will have a more difficult job?
Before you think, which defender’s lawyer will have a more difficult job, read the following.So, which defender exposed himself more to a charge of using excessive force? What do you think? Leave a comment!
BTW, should you have to use force to protect yourself from an attack, you will need an experienced attorney specializing in self-defense cases, and you will need insurance to cover your cost of that attorney, and many other costs. There are self-defense liability-protection plans that include liability insurance, cover expenses incurred in your legal defense, even provide immediate attorney’s help, and more. Two such protection plans, that I consider most comprehensive, are those offered by Firearms Legal Protection and by US Concealed Carry Association (USCCA).
Firearms Legal Protection offers legal self-defense protection, with uncapped criminal or civil attorney fees, a 24/7 hotline answered by attorneys, bail bond protection, expert witness & investigator fees, and more.
US Concealed Carry Association (USCCA), which I am a member of, offers the following benefits:
— USCCA’s attorney nationwide network of more than 1,200 attorneys specializing in self-defense cases;
— A two-million dollar ($2,000,000.00) self-defense liability insurance, which covers acts of self-defense, whether using weapons (guns, blades, etc.) or empty hands;
— No limit cover of defense expenses incurred in the defense of a civil or criminal proceeding or investigation;
— $100,000 available for bail expenses, up to $20,000 for incidental expenses, and up to $750 per day for actual loss of earnings;
— 24/7 emergency support from Critical Response Team (after a self-defense incident, your first call should be to 911, and your second call will be to this emergency support team who will guide you through the unanticipated fog of a self‑defense incident).
USCCA membership includes more benefits, but these are the most important ones, in my opinion.
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Applying any of the advices mentioned above is your sole responsibility.
To learn how your natural reactions can instantly defeat any unarmed attack, see the video Basic Instincts of Self-Defense.
Defend Against Weapons
To learn how the typical street weapons (club, knife, razor) are used by an experienced streetfighter and how to practice with them, see the video Self-Defense: Tools of Attack — Club, Hatchet, Blackjack, Knife, Straight Razor.
To learn mental techniques that let you calmly face any threat and act rationally in the heat of a fight, click here.
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