Virginia: If Someone Threatens to Kill You, Can You Shoot?


U.S. Law Shield of Virginia Independent Program Attorney Ed Riley says that Members ask him all the time how much force they can use to repel an attack. The answer, he says, is “reasonable force.” He also notes that Virginia is a stand-your-ground state, with one major exception. Click the video below to hear his “must-know” advice.


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