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    Concealed Carry Binder

    Has any thought about this or have started one?

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    I like the idea. . . but I need to reflect as to whether I would follow through with it consistently. Too many started, but not continued, projects have caused me to count the cost of new endeavors.

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    Got one :)

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    I have a logbook I record all of my practice sessions in and I also keep hardcopies of the notes/handouts from any courses I attend.

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    How can it possibly be wrongful death??? He must have been aiming at the at the BG to shoot him. Isnt that the most important thing???

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    Quote Originally Posted by fernset View Post
    How can it possibly be wrongful death??? He must have been aiming at the at the BG to shoot him. Isnt that the most important thing???
    You need to know the difference between criminal liability and civil liability. You can be exonerated of all charges in a criminal trial and still face a civil suit for wrongful death. It makes no difference that you were found not guilty of criminal charges, the civil suit is a different matter altogether.

    Unless, of course, you are fortunate enough to live in a state that has a Castle Doctrine statute.

    Think O.J. Simpson. He was found not guilty of murder, but Ron Goldman's family sued him for wrongful death in civil court and won.

    Definitely, the training log is an excellent idea.


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    Documenting any training so that you can review currency with individual techniques, and to track progress is a great idea.

    I don't get the tie in to legal defense in case of having to defend oneself though. But I'm not an attorney and haven't even been to a Holiday Inn Express for several months, so I may be missing something.

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