3 Must-See Self-Defense Aftermath Videos You Can’t Afford to Miss…

Imagine you were forced to open fire on an assailant in self-defense. You knew what to do—after all, you’ve trained for this moment.

But what happens after the threat is over?

Do you have the training or information you need to keep yourself out of jail? You may be the good guy, but what happens if you get arrested anyway?

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STORY #1: 2 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER SAY TO THE COPS

After you’ve used your firearm in self-defense, you’re thinking about your safety and the safety of those around you. What to say to the police in your statement is the last thing on your mind. However, what you say to them can often mean the difference between freedom and a jail cell…

STORY #2: ARE MIRANDA RIGHTS A MYTH?

In almost every crime show, you hear the law enforcement officer recite, “you have the right to remain silent” as they cuff the alleged criminal. But, are your Fifth Amendment rights always upheld? This protection hasn’t always been available. Watch as Independent Program Attorney Richard Hayes takes a closer look at the Miranda Rights to sort legal fact from fiction.

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STORY #3: KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AND SHUT YOUR MOUTH!

You’ve just defended yourself and an innocent bystander against an attacker. You’re the good guy, but while talking to the police, their tone turns accusatory. You’re innocent! What do you have to say to get that point across? These simple steps can help you preserve your freedom.


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1 comments on “3 Must-See Self-Defense Aftermath Videos You Can’t Afford to Miss…

  1. As a former Sgt of Detectives i disagree with the not talking to the police totally. Just know what to say. Do not say, did you see how good of a pattern I made or got him with one shot! Say something like, “I was afraid for my life or the lives of others, he was going to kill…” If someone would not talk it made me look at them suspiciously. Do not get on their wrong side to start with. If they said something like that after talking to their attorney and goes to court. The attorney would say, did you say that before you talked to your attorney or after? Most cops are there to find out the truth.
    Just be honest and do not say much and not harmful things to yourself. Be humble. What you just did you will have to live with the rest of your life.
    Another thing they preach is put your gun down and wait for the police. I say put in your holster as make sure the danger is over before putting it down.
    Just a very old retired cops point of view.

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