Help finding a good pro 2 Attorney

Help finding a good pro 2 Attorney

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    Help finding a good pro 2 Attorney

    I don't need one at the moment. I have been looking at what to do after an incident it seems like a good idea to find an attorney BEFORE you need one. I had the name form an old state sportsman paper but lost it before I acted. Where are a few good places to start looking? Any way to find one that is pro carry/2nd and with SD experience? Just need a few places to start.
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    Google-fu and check out reviews. The NRA and other like minded organizations may have a list for each state. I haven't personally looked into it though since I've had one for a while now.
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    I think youd be better served finding a good criminal defense attorney. You dont really need advising on 2nd amendment issues, you want protection, after the fact from a (hopefully) wrongful prosecution, or over zealous prosecuter.

    One problem you will most likely run into is that there is not much of a way for any attorney to make a living being "a 2nd amendment" attorney. Which means there are actually almost none out there.

    Which brings us back to what you really want and need; A good criminal defense attorney.

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    Check your states grass roots organization for a list of attorneys. They should be able to point you in the right direction.
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    Talk to local respected instructors... They likely need to have one on retainer or at least have a relationship of some sort with one...
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    I have a financial attorney work on a trust fund for my son . I ask him if he knew of a good attorney that handled 2A and crimminal stuff . Once i met with him i ask questions on my permit from Maryland and he gave me cell numbers if i ever get in a jamb .

    I would make sure they are willing to give you cell numbers and good contacts if you need them also i have typed in the numbers on back of the business card and laminated them .
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    Check out the Shooter's Bar. NRA can also refer you to one or more local pro-2A attorneys.

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    Armed Citizen Legal Network has a list of 2A attorneys on their web site. Good people I'm a member.

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    Anyone looking for one in Indiana look up Law Offices of Guy Relford in the Carmel area. His entire practice focuses on gun issues.

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    For some reason I can't edit my post. Others here have also suggested in the past that you contact local law enforcement agencies and ask them who they call for legal representation when a shooting occurs.

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