What To Do and Not Do Immediately Following a Self-Defense Shooting

What do you do if, you are involved in a self-defense use of lethal force? Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, dicusses some general considerations to keep in mind if, God forbid, you are ever involved in self defense shooting situation. No matter how lawful your use of force may be, what you do in the moments immediately after will not only determine what sort of a defense can be preserved, but may also be the difference between life and death. So learn more today and arm yourself with education.
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If you have any questions about this topic, or anything else related to what’s left of our Second Amendment Rights, remember you can always contact us at:

www.washingtongunlaw.com or call us directly at 425-765-0487.

Stay safe.
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