Atty. Andrew Branca in an interview with the CCW Safe Rittenhouse Trial – The Law of Self-Defense

Hi folks, I’m Andrew Branc’s attorney for Law of Self Defense LLC and I’m really excited to share with you all your recent long interview with CCW Safe as a conclusion to my thoughts on Kyle Rittenhouse Court. The video from this interview is embedded below.

Many of you will know that CCW Safe is one of our long-standing partners and organizations that I think a lot. In fact, I am a personal member of CCW Safe, as is my wife, Emily. If you are already a member of CCW Safe, you may want to skip ahead in this video to the timestamp over my shoulder where the actual conversation begins.

For any of you, you do not yet know CCW Safe, but it is a provider of membership in legal services, which many people mistakenly call self-defense insurance. In fact, CCW Safe promises to pay its member legal costs if its member is involved in the act of using force.

And those expenses start big and grow, fast, people. Imagine, for example, a case where you were threatened, exposed to a weapon, did not fire, did not injure anyone – and now you find yourself accused of a severe firearm attack, typically a 10-year crime.

If you are accused of a severe firearm attack, you are looking at a deposit of your general attorney in the order of $ 30,000 to $ 50,000. And it’s just for court preparation, people, it’s not for trial. If it’s a homicide case where you’re accused of manslaughter or murder, you can easily look at $ 100,000 or $ 200,000 in pre-litigation costs and simply multiply them for litigation.

If you do not have such money crammed into the mattress in case you are forced to defend yourself or your family, it can be useful to have a financial partner behind you who will provide you with the necessary resources. fight the legal battle the way you want – as if your life depended on it. Because yes. And that’s what CCW Safe offers its members.

There are several companies that offer similar services. I’ve looked at everything you can imagine and found that CCW Safe is best for me personally. I am a member of CCW Safe, my wife Emily is a member of CCW Safe.

One of the biggest reasons I have preferred CCW Safe to other similar offers is that many of these others simply do not provide the level of resources you need for adequate legal defense. If you are looking at a “self-defense insurance” offer that is limited to $ 150,000 or $ 250,000 in criminal defense, it is not enough for a homicide or homicide lawsuit if you have killed someone in self-defense, as I say. I’ve already discussed. CCW Safe, on the other hand, promises to pay what the defense costs, without a ceiling. Read the fine print, friends, and understand what you are getting – and not getting – from any such offer you are considering.

When I say that CCW Safe is best for me, only you can decide if it is best for you. But I encourage you to take a look at what they have to offer by clicking on the image or link below:

http://lawofselfdefense.com/ccwsafe

And if you decide to become a member of CCW Safe, you can save 10% on your membership at this URL http://lawofselfdefense.com/ccwsafe using the discount code LOSD10.

And if that doesn’t work, here’s my interview from CCW Safe about my thoughts on the trial with Kyle Rittenhouse:

OK, that’s all I have for you on this topic today.

However, I want to invite you all to join me TOMORROW, December 30, 2021, and join our first ever LIVE LIVE on YouTube, which takes place tomorrow at 1:00 PM Eastern Time on the Law of Self Defense YouTube channel at http: //youtube.com/lawofselfdefense

We’ve never done live broadcasts on YouTube before, but after having been on a series of live broadcasts hosted by others, mostly lawyers (a hat for Nick Rikeit, in particular), I thought I’d give it a try and see how it worked.

I have three topics that I plan to discuss tomorrow:

First, a police shooting at the Burlington Coat Factory in North Hollywood CA, which took place last Thursday, accidentally killed a 14-year-old girl.

Secondly, an interview published today by one of the jurors, Kim Potter.

Third, a Potter-like police officer accidentally used a weapon instead of the Taser incident in Kansas in 2018, in which the officer in question was charged with negligent homicide, which the court judge rejected in a manner and for reasons that should also have occurred in the Potter trial. .

As most of you probably know, I’m mostly an idiot in all things internet, so it’s quite possible that tomorrow’s first ever live broadcast of the Self-Defense Act will be a train crash – but if you really want to see it, tomorrow at 1:00 PM Eastern Time will be opportunity to do so.

You can rejoin this live broadcast tomorrow, December 30, 2021, at 1:00 PM Eastern Time, on the Law of Self Defense YouTube channel at http://youtube.com/lawofselfdefense. I don’t expect the show to last more than an hour, but we play it all by ear, so we’ll see what happens.

If tomorrow’s show goes reasonably well and is reasonably well attended, we plan to do this live content on a regular basis, probably every week.

Remember

You carry a gun, so it’s hard to kill you.

You know the laws, so it’s hard to convict you.

Stay safe!

– Andrew

Attorney Andrew F. Branca
Self Defense Law LLC

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