The collective experience of U.S. Law Shield’s 90,000 members has shown that if you own a gun, you can and very well may have an incident or experience that puts you in contact with a police officer while you are armed. If the officer decides to arrest you, whether the arrest is justified or not, there is one thing that can help you, as explained in this video by U.S. Law Shield Program Attorney Richard Carter.
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