Forced to Shoot - Craig Lawrence P.I. & David Mierswa J.D.

Forced to Shoot

By Craig Lawrence P.I. & David Mierswa J.D.

  • Release Date: 2014-01-15
  • Book Genre: Sports & Outdoors
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Forced to Shoot by Craig Lawrence P.I. & David Mierswa J.D.

You have learned to defend yourself and your family,
and survive a deadly force confrontation.

But have you learned to survive the criminal justice system
with your freedom intact?

How do you protect your family if you end up in prison for 20 years?

How do you provide for your family if you are wiped out
financially from defending criminal charges and lawsuits?

FORCED TO SHOOT – A comprehensive guide to surviving the aftermath of a deadly force confrontation will answer these questions and give you the knowledge you need to survive the aftermath of a deadly force confrontation with your freedom and your finances intact.

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  • Forced to Shoot

    5
    By vtor55
    A well written book. It's an easy read. Highly recommend and should be a must read if you own a firearm, carry a firearm, or thinking about getting one. As a police officer with over 25 years experience I even learned a couple things.
  • Forced to Shoot

    5
    By A guide
    Intelligent, intelligible, informative, & thorough coverage related to legally owning a firearm responsibly. Whatever the reader's beliefs or point of view, this compilation of the important personal & legal knowledge all law-abiding citizens should possess regarding gun ownership is invaluable & I have never seen it addressed as responsibly & so well-written. The book de-polarizes a polarizing topic. Having worked at a law firm & a legal research organization, I believe adding the book to the curricula of College & University Departments of Criminal Justice, Political Science, & even Sociology would benefit related courses pertaining to the topic. Police Departments across the nation should also add it it their recruits' must-reads.

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