Hey folks, I’m Attorney Andrew Branca for Law of Self Defense LLC, and I’m really excited to invite you all to participate in our first ever LIVE YouTube stream, happening tomorrow at 1PM Eastern time, on the Law of Self Defense YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/E8yYZ-b7Vlg
We’ve never previously done the YouTube live stream thing, but after being on a bunch of live streams hosted by others, mostly lawyers (hat-tip to Nick Rikeita, in particular), I thought I’d give it a try and see how it works.
I’ve got three topics I plan to cover tomorrow:
First, the Burlington Coat Factory police shooting in North Hollywood CA that occurred this past Thursday, and accidentally killed a 14-year-old girl.
Second, the interview just published today of one of the Kim Potter jurors.
Third, a Potter-like officer accidental use of a gun in place of a Taser incident that occurred in Kansas in 2018, and in which the officer involved had reckless manslaughter charges dismissed by the trial judge in a manner and on grounds that ought to also have occurred in the Potter trial.
We’ll also provide an opportunity for LIVE Q&A with all of you participating, as well—so bring your use-of-force law questions!
As most of you probably know, I’m mostly an idiot about all things internet, so it’s quite possible tomorrow’s first-ever Law of Self Defense live stream will be a train wreck—but if you’d like to see it happen in real time, tomorrow at 1PM Eastern time would be the chance to do that.
Again, you can join that live stream tomorrow, December 30, 2021, at 1PM Eastern time, at the Law of Self Defense YouTube channel, at https://youtu.be/E8yYZ-b7Vlg. It’s my expectation that the show will last no longer than an hour, but we’re kind of playing all that by ear, so we’ll see what happens.
If tomorrow’s show goes reasonably well, and is reasonably well-attended, we’ll plan on doing this live stream type content on a regular, probably weekly, basis.
You carry a gun so you’re hard to kill.
Know the law so you’re hard to convict.
Attorney Andrew F. Branca
Law of Self Defense LLC
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