A free Law Shield publication, ‘Behind Enemy Lines, A Guide to Traveling through Firearms-Hostile States’ can help keep vacationing gun owners out of hot water this summer.
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U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield members asked their lawyers about legal liability for “printing” and failure to conceal. Read this article to see their response.
A lawful gun owner open-carrying a rifle for self-defense was stopped by three different LE agencies before being cited — wrongly — by overzealous police officers. Here’s how Texas Law Shield attorneys successfully defended him.
In the U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield Forums, a member asked the lawyers: Is it wise to carry a “statement card” with you and hand it to the police at the scene, rather than give a verbal statement? The lawyers explain that while the statement card sure sounds convenient, it is not going to be appropriate for every situation. Read this response from U.S. Law Shield to learn more.
If you are ever in a situation in which deadly force has been used, is there anything other than your name that you should tell the LEO?
Cheaper Than Dirt! sits down with Kirk Evans, president of Texas Law Shield, LLP (TLS), a 90,000-member licensed legal-services company based in Houston, Texas. TLS provides a firearms legal-defense program for legal gun owners. Read this article to learn why you need this service.
U.S. Law Shield is offering a free e-book that covers a quick overview of Stand Your Ground laws.
Cheaper Than Dirt caught up with T. Edwin Walker, president of Texas Law Shield, LLP at a packed TLS member seminar in Houston on November 12 and asked him wide-ranging questions about gun laws and their enforcement. He matter-of-factly named a few areas that can catch gun owners unaware. Read this article to learn more.