Other tools designed to protect your freedoms include state-specific educational materials and customizable Legal Defense for Self Defense. Your basic membership can be broadened to include some of the add-ons listed above; it can even be expanded to cover your spouse and minor children.
Your right to defend yourself and your loved ones means many things. As a U.S. LawShield member, it means you can have a qualified attorney on the phone before the police even arrive at the scene. You might understandably be wondering why you, a law-abiding person, would need a criminal defense attorney for an act of self-defense. It’s because the moment you’re given no choice but to use force—up to and including lethal force—to defend your life or the lives of your family members, things can change in an instant. There will likely be an investigation that may result in someone being charged, and to successfully navigate the legal waters of the aftermath, you can benefit from a criminal defense attorney working on your behalf. Let our Independent Program Attorneys do the heavy legal lifting.
Remember, U.S. LawShield isn’t there only for immediate emergencies; we’ll be there to answer your general self-defense and firearms-related questions. Members enjoy access to Independent Program Attorneys who are qualified to answer questions as the need arises.
U.S. LawShield isn’t only Legal Defense for Self Defense; it’s protection of your freedoms and rights. Guard yours by becoming a member today.
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