When you purchase a gun and they take your information, is this creating a gun registry? Can the sale be traced back to you? Find out now...
AM 1070 radio host Sam Malone leads a live interview with U.S. & Texas LawShield Independent Program Attorney Emily Taylor about the effects of COVID-19.
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Have you ever wondered who will be defending you should the need ever arise? Meet Gilbert Ambler, the Independent Program Attorney for Virginia and...
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In the month of March U.S. LawShield is donating a portion of proceeds from every annual membership activated to the Virginia Citizens Defense League.
Virginia's political climate towards firearms has changed drastically. This read will inform you of the proposed legislation for Virginians in 2020.
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The following is a video transcript. Hi. My name is Randy Macchi and I’m the Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel for U.S. & Texas LawShield. Now I’m sure you’ve heard a lot about red flag laws lately, in the news and on social media. Today, I want to be perfectly clear about where U.S.... [Read More]
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These past years, U.S. & Texas LawShield has worked tirelessly to defend our members. It all started with a spark, an injustice, and the hard work and dedication of our founders to right a glaring wrong in the justice system. Every day, the U.S. & Texas LawShield founders saw innocent people suffering the consequences of... [Read More]
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You are in a supermarket shopping. You reach up to the highest shelf and your concealed carry weapon is exposed. To your dismay, you see someone run from the aisle screaming, “He has a gun.” What do you do? Violations and Legalities Florida law allows those with a concealed weapons and firearms license (or CWFL)... [Read More]
On June 21st, 2014, Governor Rick Scott signed House Bill 89 (HB 89), making it law. The media inappropriately labeled HB 89 “The warning shot law.” However, nowhere in HB 89 or Florida’s statutes will you find the words “warning shots” used. Instead, you will find the words “threaten to use force” throughout House Bill... [Read More]
Are warning shots okay? Warning shots are not specifically addressed anywhere in Georgia law, but what if you do fire a warning shot? Can you be charged with a crime? Yes, you certainly can. Consider “reckless conduct” found in Official Code of Georgia Section 16-5-60: “A person who causes bodily harm to or endangers the... [Read More]
If you carry concealed, you’re likely to have an experience where a member of the public sees your firearm and gets scared. What should you do if someone sees your firearm in public and reacts negatively? First, don’t get excited. If you react to their panic with your own sense of alarm, it will only... [Read More]
Hello, everybody, Robert Trenkle back again. This month I want to talk about what to do if someone sees your concealed weapon in public and panics. Unfortunately, it’s still this case that some people react negatively, even though you are legally carrying your firearm. Private Property and your rights If you’re on a business property... [Read More]
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