The guilt of both killings counts – the law of self-defense

Hi people,

I’m still not really returning to full-time work, but I wanted to report here on the verdict in the Kim Potter trial, which he will share with the Self-Defense Community: guilty of both first-degree and second-degree killings. Potter was immediately taken into custody.

Tomorrow, if circumstances allow, I will make a more substantial analysis of the verdict and how we got here in a more substantial contribution.



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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