With the knowledge and backgrounds of all LEO's on this page, are any of you familiar with the legal ramifications of justifiably defending yourself with deadly force as a civilian? Even when the situation was deemed necessary for deadly force for a CC. In terms of court and trials, would having a CC insurance benifit? Or do most situations where a cc holder had to use deadly force end at the scene with no court appearances and trials? Reason why I'm asking I know a work colleague who had carried for many years, a tour in Iraq under giant belt and doesn't have any cc insurance, and when speaking to him he didn't think it was necessary. Is that due to the fact he has a military background and if the situation had every risen that he needed to use his firearm that his bachground would be of use in the aftermath of a lethal force encounter? As a civilian with no military experience would it behoove me to get a cc insurance, and if so what are the top insurances out there?