State-licensed Independent Program Attorneys are important for you because if you get into a self-defense incident, the attorney you speak with will know the specifics in gun laws for your state. That means your attorney can talk you through what to do on the scene and explain when to talk to the police and when to invoke your rights. From there, you don’t have a random attorney representing you—you have someone that knows the ins and outs of that state’s laws, which takes a ton of stress off you.
There could also be a situation where you’re involved in a unique scenario which requires the attention of multiple attorneys. Well, USLS has a nationwide network of Independent Program Attorneys, which not only affords a wealth of self-defense knowledge gained from cases handled across the country, but also provides the attorneys with the support and resources they may need.
And even if you don’t get into a self-defense incident, you can call the non-emergency hotline to ask questions about a certain state’s gun laws. So, if you want to bring the family to Florida, you’re able to speak with a Florida-based Independent Program Attorney to talk about the differences in gun laws, where you’re allowed to carry, and the scenarios where deadly force may be justified.
At USLS, we want you to feel safe, and remain on the right side of the law in any state you reside in or travel to. That’s why we make sure to have our network of Independent Program Attorneys in your back pocket in case the worst happens, or you just have a quick question. Either way, we’re here to provide the best Legal Defense for Self Defense®.
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