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After you've fired your weapon in defense!

This is a discussion on After you've fired your weapon in defense! within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Rescue 187 I just heard on the news this morning that terrorists have hi jacked a plane full of lawyers in Los ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rescue 187 View Post
    I just heard on the news this morning that terrorists have hi jacked a plane full of lawyers in Los Angeles and they are threatening to release one an hour until their demands are met....my lawyer was on that plane.
    That's good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tennvol View Post
    I'm married to my lawyer.
    Finally, someone who has f***ed a lawyer instead of the other way around...

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    I have chlpp.com, prepaid legal that is $129/year.

    Off their website-

    "CHLPP will retain an experienced qualified local criminal defense attorney where you were arrested. The attorney CHLPP retains will pursue the member's case until there is a dismissal, no-bill by a Grand Jury (in those states which have a Grand Jury system), and the return of all your seized firearm(s) and related property. With CHLPP there are NO deductibles, co-pays, or limits. CHLPP members pay nothing out of their own pockets."

    I'm not a prepaid legal fan per se, but in light of information I have seen in the past that legal fees after a self-defense situation can cost $10,000-$100,000 I find this to be cheap insurance.

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