Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Alan Korwin's new book on what to do if you've had to use your gun in self-defense

Alan Korwin, author of Arizona Gun Owner's Guide and other books, has written a new book for gun owners on what they should do immediately after being involved in a self-defense situation. Should you call the police first or your attorney? What, if anything, should you say to the police? According to criminal defense attorneys, half of all convictions for self-defense rely on frantic traumatized 911 tapes - which may end up being aired nationwide by the media for weeks.

Alan has interviewed many local attorneys and experts in this area to try and determine the best course of action to protect gunowners from getting into trouble with the law. You will recognize several names, like Steve Twist and Second Amendment attorney Dave Hardy. Even I am mentioned in the acknowledgments. It is a fascinating book that raises as many questions as it provides answers. What are our rights in regards to the police?

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