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    2A lawyer

    God forbid I ever have to use my firearm for personal defense, but in that event i know that my actions after the fact are cruicial to my future. Of course my first action would be to call 911, the next woukd be to render first aid to my attacker if the scene is safe and until EMS arrives. I know that when LEO arrives I should say nothing other than "I wish to speak with a lawyer" but here is where i get caught up. Who do I call? Does everyone here have a "go to guy" or something? I have clicked on a few of the advertisement banners but they all seem to be of the pre-paid legal type of firms. Does anyone have any advice?

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    My good friend is a lawyer, so that is who I would call. I will talk with him about this issue, and see if he has any ideas about how to go about it. He certainly understands the issues as he Open Carry's.

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    I'm a member of Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network.inc. and they list a couple of attorney groups here in Vegas that work in this field of defense.

    cgplawgroup.com and mylasvegaslawyer.com.

    You can call and inquire about your concerns.

    Ray

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    my firm is Smith & Wesson of course ! Really, one can pay a retainer and when he's needed you call him...criminal attny

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    my firm is Smith & Wesson of course ! Really, one can pay a retainer and when he's needed you call him...criminal attny
    So you dont think it would be best to have an attourney that specializes in firearm related cases?

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