By Tom Knighton
The worst has happened. For whatever reason, you’ve been forced to fire your gun in self-defense and now you’re waiting for the police to arrive. Your hands are shaking from the adrenaline coursing through your blood system. Your spouse looks at you with concern, which stands to reason because you’re wide-eyed and trembling like a Hollywood producer at a sexual harassment press conference.
The police arrive and start talking to you. You know the law. You live in a Stand Your Ground State and you had no choice. You tell the officer what happened.
Before you know it, you find yourself thrown up against a car and your arms are torqued behind your back. Another office starts reading you your Miranda Rights and all you can think is, “What’s going on? There are laws to protect me!”
There are, but Miguel at Gun Free Zone said it well a couple of days ago:
This is a quick one. I want people who understand that even if there is a law saying you are doing something legal, specially with guns, it does not mean you will not be arrested or sued in civil court. Ask any lawyer worth his/her salt.
Now, will you …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms