Do any of you have a gun attorney on your contact list?

Do any of you have a gun attorney on your contact list?

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    Do any of you have a gun attorney on your contact list?

    Being new to CC Ive heard its a good idea to have money set aside if there is ever that day where you must use your firearm for SD. This got me thinking not only about the money being placed aside but also how much, and if you ever do have to deploy your firearm do you currently have an attorney that you have spoke before hand if you must be represented in a criminal case?


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    Well depending on where you live and the circumstances of a shooting or killing, you "could' be faced with both a criminal and a civil trial.

    So I would venture to guess that it would be a good idea to have enough financial backing to withstand the possibility of two trials. One by the state, and one by family members or spouse of the victim.
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    Never thought about it

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    Mine is one of the guys I go shooting with.
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    Absolutely!
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    Re: Do any of you have a gun attorney on your contact list?

    yes and have discussed the chance of an after hours call, to which he replied OVERTIME APPLIES.

    sent from ...
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    I'd forget the "gun attorney" or second amendment specialist... Get a good criminal lawyer.

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    Criminal attorney, depending on where you are, and on who you get, but you are most likely looking at around $10K just to hire an attorney to find you another good attorney, specializing in those type of cases, for which you'd have to plop down another $50K. After that, then it starts to get expensive.

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    Two, actually.

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    Yes, $250.00 retainer fee paid for 24/7 service including his personal cell phone/home phone.

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    No, but I should establish contact with a criminal attorney. Thanks for the reminder.

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    Nope. None for me. I've made it 42 years without a lawyer, and hope to double that.

    If I did, the number sure as hell wouldn't be on my phone, as the prosecutor would no doubt find that out and burn me down for it.

    In true American form, I do not care for lawyers.
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    No. If im forced to shoot someone in SD and I need a lawyer Ill get one then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret Spuk View Post
    I'd forget the "gun attorney" or second amendment specialist... Get a good criminal lawyer.
    The attorney in my contact list is a criminal attorney who has substantial experience representing firearms owners.
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