Dinner Turns Deadly, Part II

In Part 1, Member Ambassador Sherry Hale explained how a Member went out to eat at a popular diner and was attacked in the parking lot. In Part 2 below, Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington explains when you can legally defend yourself from an attacker. Also, click to find a Texas Seminar where you can learn more about when you can—and can’t—shoot in self-defense.

 

 

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