It’s no secret that the legal system is often skewed against gun owners. You see it all the time; the victim who was forced to protect their life against a dangerous threat often ends up being painted as a criminal. And the financial, emotional, and mental toll it takes to defend yourself against these courtroom bullies? It can be well… astronomical.
Self-defense incidents don’t happen when it’s convenient for your schedule. If we knew when and where a violent incident would occur, we would likely avoid them in the first place, right? You win 100% of the fights that never occur. But since we can’t see into the future, we must remain prepared for a self-defense incident to happen when we least expect it.
Education has been a hot topic across Ohio and the country during the pandemic, with school reopenings still in various stages depending on location. With the reopening of more schools come the ever-present threats to students and staff.
If you own a gun, it is imperative you learn these three legal self-defense concepts that will help you know when it is reasonable to use deadly force. A better understanding of these concepts can help keep you on the right side of the law.
If you’re willing to do anything necessary to protect your loved ones, well, you may just be an everyday hero ready to spring into action if the day comes when you are put to the test.