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In June 2020, the FBI did 7.8 million background checks for firearms purchases – a 136% increase over June 2019.
If you recently improved your ability for self-defense, have you thought about what happen after you protect yourself?
Have you thought about who would defend you if the police get it wrong and throw you in jail?
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She says, “It threw me back how quickly I turned from victim to bad guy because all I was trying to do was defend myself.”
Her USCCA membership:
– Gave her access to a crisis response team
– Got her a pro-Second Amendment lawyer
– Paid for her lawyer fees
Her membership with the USCCA also would have paid for her bail bond and any defense expenses if she were formally charged.
You can tell in the video how grateful she was: “If it wasn’t for the USCCA, I probably would have been in prison.”
– Self-defense incidents don’t always happen during business hours. If one happens at night, you don’t want to wait until the lawyer’s office opens the next day.
– Most lawyers won’t defend a capital case without an initial deposit of $50,000.
– To defend a capital case in court will usually cost over $100,000.
Watch the video here:
With your membership, you get:
– 24/7/365 Critical Response Team On Call
– Your Choice of Criminal Defense Attorney
– Up-Front Funding for Criminal Defense & Bail Bonds
– Protection for Use of All Legal Weapons
– A subscription to Concealed Carry Magazine
– CCW Reciprocity Map With Permit Expiration Reminders
– Member-Only USCCA App Features
– Weekly updates on news, changing laws and gear reviews
– 10 Lifesaving Checklists
– And much more…
– Gold Membership $22/mo
– Platinum Membership $30/mo
– Elite Membership $47/mo