Andrew Branca joins Jacob Paulsen to address an area of law often misunderstood that has real implications for concealed carriers. Are there situations when it is to draw the firearm and make threats with the firearm but it is illegal to use that gun?
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The first part of the question is the piece that requires much introspection. Irregardless of our religion, or level of spiritual dedication, we have probably heard the phrases “Thou Shalt Not Kill” , “…Turn The Other Cheek” or something similar.
Today, Riley and Jacob interview Stephen Maddox, a man going about his business one day when he suddenly was faced with a deadly threat and attack. Stephen thought he did everything right, and fully cooperated with authorities, but he later found himself facing multiple charges. Fortunately, he was successful in defending himself in the legal battle–others are […]
The investigation into an October shooting leading to death in Josephine County, Oregon was recently determined as justified use of deadly force. On October 24th, 2018, 58-year-old Robert Barry walked onto the property of 77-year-old Alan Frost uninvited, at around 6:30 in the evening. Frost and his elderly wife were watching TV when their dogs […]
In this episode, Riley and Matthew discuss some deep stuff together with Aaron Raynor of Savage Combatives like which skills or techniques are difficult to train on the range because it’s different in real-world application. Plus we touch on deadly force law, difficulties that law enforcement officers (and regular citizens) face in today’s world, and the importance […]
When we use deadly force, we are constantly reassessing the situation and determining if the threat still presents a risk of death or serious bodily harm. The point is to stop the threat. Once the threat is stopped we should cease using deadly force