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If you’re one of over 16 million Americans who are CCW Permit holders, I have an important announcement for you…

…you and your family are at risk.

You see, even innocent victims can experience the devastating legal and financial effects of a self-defense incident…

That’s why the USCCA educates, trains and protects responsibly armed Americans, like YOU!

And to prove it, I’m going to share some lifesaving information with you that could mean the difference between staying home with your family, or going to jail after a self-defense incident…

Continue reading for your FREE self-defense tips:👇

1. You Will Be Detained, and Possibly Arrested…

If you’ve been forced into a self-defense incident the police will have to be involved. Tell the 911 dispatcher your location and describe yourself.

You will likely be placed in handcuffs. Though you will not necessarily be under arrest, you will be taken into police custody. Comply with the officers and don’t panic.

Remember, you have not done anything wrong. You were in fear for your life or the lives of others and were forced to employ deadly force in the defense of said innocent lives.

2. Your Gun Will Be Seized and Held as Evidence

It is likely that the police will be taking your firearm or defense weapon as “evidence.” This is a standard practice, and as long as you acted in self-defense and were in fear for the loss of innocent life you will be able to vindicate your actions with an attorney.

3. You Will Be Interrogated

After any self-defense incident you WILL be interrogated both at the scene of the shooting and at the police station.

Though it can be tempting to tell the officers everything that comes to mind — don’t! As a suspect the officers will be trying to get you to say as much as possible before you invoke your right to remain silent without an attorney present.

4. You Will Need an Attorney

If you don’t already have one you will need to hire an attorney, fast.

At this point you have one of three options: you can open a phone book and blindly choose a name, you can contact your personal lawyer or you can call the USCCA Critical Response Team to get the ball rolling on your defense.

5. You May Have to Post Bail or Pay Bond

Once arrested, you will likely be given the option to post bail. Posting bail can very difficult for the average individual, as self-defense incidents seem to happen after banker’s hours and few people keep thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash on hand.

Your options are to call a bail bonds company (if they are legal in your area), call a family member who may have the funds or contact the USCCA, who will handle the situation from there.

6. The DA Will Make a Charging Decision

After the self-defense incident the officers involved will gather their notes into a report and decide if they think there is evidence of a crime.

It can anywhere from days to weeks for all officers involved to complete their reports. The key here is to make sure you’re at home during this process, not sitting in a jail cell…

So why am I giving you this crucial information for FREE…?

Because I want to make sure you are as prepared as possible if and when you’re faced with a self-defense situation…

But being educated and trained is only part of the equation…

Without USCCA Membership you don’t have access to Self-Defense SHIELD legal protection to help you pay your bail, secure a Pro-2nd Amendment attorney, cover your legal bases and so much more…

That means YOU could be out tens of thousands of your hard-earned dollars.

Can you or your family afford to lose that…?

That’s why I’m urging you take advantage of not only this free information but USCCA Membership too…

…because being your family’s ULTIMATE protector means always being prepared.

Activate Your 100% Risk-Free USCCA Membership ⇐ Click Here


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