After Action Analysis: July 1, 2020 (McCloskeys)

[NOTE: Transcript of today’s show to follow, below statute links below.] Missouri Annotated Statutes discussed during today’s show: § 558.011. Sentence of imprisonment, terms — conditional release § 563.031. Use of force in defense of persons § 563.041. Use of physical force in defense of property. § 563.074. Justification as an absolute defense, when. § 565.056. Assault in the fourth degree § 569.140. Trespass in the first degree § 571.030. Unlawful use of weapons — exceptions — …

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Cases of the Week: June 30, 2020

Hey folks, In today’s Cases of the Week, our review of the most interesting and important use-of-force appellate court decisions (case law) of the prior week, we have three cases to share with you: These cases today come out of the states of California, Florida, and Texas. But if you’re not from one of those states, don’t worry, there’s still plenty to learn. The law of self-defense is about 80% the same across the 50 …

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Branca & West: Justified Deadly Force

Hey folks, Recently Attorney Don West and I had a series of discussions about various use-of-force topics, all of which were recorded on video, courtesy of CCW Safe. I’ve already shared some of these discussions with the Law of Self Defense community: Branca & West: Speaking with the Police (Part 1 of 2) Branca & West: Speaking with the Police (Part 2 of 2) Today I’d like to share a third of these discussions with …

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News/Q&A: June 25, 2020

In today’s News/Q&A Show we discussed the Grand Jury indictment of Travis and Greg McMichael and Bryan William in the death of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia. We also discussed the Grand Jury as a legal entity in terms of substance and procedure, how it works, why it works, and how easy is it for a prosecutor to obtain an indictment, and why? In terms of prepared questions, we addressed: 1. The Federal lawsuit against USCCA …

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After Action Analysis: June 24, 2020

TRANSCRIPT:  Welcome, everybody. Welcome to the Law of Self Defense After Action Analysis show for June 24 2020. I am Attorney Andrew Branca for Law of Self Defense. In our After Action Analysis Show we take use-of-force events caught on video, or at least still shots, and we do a plain-English legal analysis of those shows. Now I will tell you this week’s episode is a little bit different than the norm. The legal analysis …

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Cases of the Week: June 23, 2020

TRANSCRIPT: Welcome, everybody. Welcome to the Law of Self Defense Cases of the Week Show for June 23, 2020. I am Attorney Andrew Branca for Law of Self Defense. We are working with some new technology today folks, hopefully it’ll go well, but if there are any wrinkles I apologize beforehand. Again I am Attorney Andrew Branca.  Okay, Cases the Week for June 23 2020. We do have three cases to discuss with you, unlike …

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Branca & West: Speaking with the Police (Part 2 of 2)

                  TRANSCRIPT Welcome folks, to the Law of Self Defense Show for June 19, 2020. I am attorney Andrew Branca for Law of Self Defense. So, folks, although most of our video content is aired live and then made available as a replay afterwards, this is not a live program today. I’ve pre recorded something very special for you. It’s a conversation between myself and Attorney Don …

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News/Q&A: June 18, 2020

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After Action Analysis: June 17, 2020

http://lawofselfdefense.com/property 65% SALE on our Defense of Property Course right now! And if you take advantage of that sale while it’s running, it’s 65% off more than half off our Defense of Property Course. If you take advantage of that right now you’ll also get access to the final version of our “Lawful Defense Against Rioters, Looters, and Arsonists” video so that’s another way to get free access to that video.Even if you’re not a …

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Cases of the Week: June 16, 2020

Hey folks, In this show we take a look at the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta GA, and ask one critical question at the center of the case: Did Brooks’ use of the TASER he’d seized from one of the arresting officers against the second pursuing officer constitute the use of deadly force, against which the officer’s use of deadly force (his pistol) was lawfully justified. In short, can a TASER ever constitute …

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