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    I signed up with ACLDN a few minutes ago. $85 is cheap, and in the event of a SD shooting, I'll take all the help I can get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin82plus View Post
    Maybe I'm wrong, but "up to grand jury" would not cover your actual trial. Grand jury determines whether you should be tried in a criminal case, IIRC. Most likely you will be sued in a civil court by the survivor's family... does the insurance cover that ?
    In Michigan if the criminal court finds you innocent the victum or his family cannot sue you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin82plus View Post
    Maybe I'm wrong, but "up to grand jury" would not cover your actual trial. Grand jury determines whether you should be tried in a criminal case, IIRC. Most likely you will be sued in a civil court by the survivor's family... does the insurance cover that ?
    From Armed Citizen's Legal Defense Network, LLC :
    Network members are also eligible for additional grants of financial assistance from the Network's legal defense fund if they face unmeritorious prosecution or civil action after a self-defense incident occurring during their period of membership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin82plus View Post
    Maybe I'm wrong, but "up to grand jury" would not cover your actual trial. Grand jury determines whether you should be tried in a criminal case, IIRC. Most likely you will be sued in a civil court by the survivor's family... does the insurance cover that ?
    It depends. Some states offer civil immunity clauses in their castle doctrine laws. But not all states do. It's important to remember that just because the law recognizes that you don't have to retreat and can defend with deadly force in the event of someone forcibly making entry in to your home, it may not go on to make you immune to a civil suit. Be careful.

    NY doesn't have either AFAIK.

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