What types of crimes will get you into trouble when you are outside your home? What about interactions with police at a traffic stop? Do you have a duty to disclose you are armed? Sean Maloney discusses some tips when carrying outside your home.
If you watch TV and movies, you might think that it's a good idea to brandish your gun to back someone off, or shoot someone in the arm or leg, or maybe fire a warning shot. But many legal experts think these actions can get you into serious legal trouble.
When it comes to armed self defense, it's usually not the shooting itself that trips you up legally. More often than not, it's what you do afterward that gets you in hot water. Here are 10 things you should NEVER do after you use a gun in self defense.