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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:05 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

If you’re forced to shoot…you better know about

SELF DEFENSE AND THE LAW

You have learned to defend yourself and your family, and survive a deadly force confrontation.

But have you learned to survive the criminal justice system with your freedom intact?

How do you protect your family if you end up in prison for 20 years?

How do you provide for your family if you are wiped out financially from defending criminal charges and lawsuits?

This intensive 2-day, 10 hour attorney-reviewed class will answer these questions and give you the knowledge you need to survive the aftermath of a deadly force confrontation with your freedom and your finances intact. Some of the topics covered include:

• The legal aspects of self-defense and protecting the home that you must know
• How to assess deadly force scenarios and proving a claim of self defense
• Illinois statutes dealing with self defense and the justifiable use of deadly force
• Making the 911 call, and its critical role in the ensuing aftermath
• How to deal with responding police, investigating detectives and prosecutors
• Exposing the dirty tricks the press and prosecutors use, and how to neutralize them
• Civil liability and dealing with lawsuits related to lethal force confrontations

A COURT DEFENSIBLE CERTIFICATE OF TRAINING is provided upon successful completion of the class. A companion digital media disc will be available for an additional $20 (cash or cc only).

This class qualifies you, and can be credited towards the classroom portion of the Chicago Firearms Permit, FL Concealed Weapons Permit, and the upcoming Illinois Concealed Carry Permit training requirements.

$149 / May 18 & 19, 2013 12:00 – 5:00PM

at Cabela's Hoffman Estates
5225 Prairie Stone Parkway, Hoffman Estates, IL 60192

With special guest speaker, NRA recommended Attorney David P. Mierswa

REGISTER NOW at www.shop.uritraining.com or call (847) 593-9995 for more information. Walkins accepted with valid credit card or cash only

About your Instructor:

CRAIG LAWRENCE CPP, CAS is the Chief Instructor for United Risk International’s Training Division. Over the past 20 years, Mr. Lawrence has worked as a police officer, law enforcement firearms instructor, private detective, and criminal defense investigator. United Risk’s Training Division has provided counter-terrorism consulting to 14 foreign consulates in Chicago, as well as firearms training to law enforcement, military and private contractor personnel. Mr. Lawrence is a Licensed Private Detective, Certified Anti-Terrorism Specialist (CAS), Certified Protection Professional (CPP), an NRA Certified Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor, as well as an Illinois State Certified Firearms Instructor.
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PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2013 2:31 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

At this point since you can't carry, unless you are inside your yard or house and they are coming at you with a deadly weapon, your f.....d!
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PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2013 9:53 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

SiliconSorcerer wrote:
At this point since you can't carry, unless you are inside your yard or house and they are coming at you with a deadly weapon, your f.....d!


Its not quite that simple! You can shoot an unarmed attacker, or a person that is in your house to do you harm, whether or not they are armed- IF you feel your life was in danger and your actions reflect that. But you need to be able to articulate why you were in danger and why your resulting actions were reasonable. This is what the class teaches you- how to articulate yourself appropriately.

Also, keep in mind that although you can't carry (yet), there are ways to have an empty gun in the car, with a loaded magazine handy and still be in compliance with the FOID act.
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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2013 11:45 am Reply with quoteBack to top

BTW- this weekend is a new format- 2 days, 5 hours per day. It is the most extensive format yet. We still have slots!
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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2013 1:37 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

URITraining wrote:
SiliconSorcerer wrote:
At this point since you can't carry, unless you are inside your yard or house and they are coming at you with a deadly weapon, your f.....d!


Its not quite that simple! You can shoot an unarmed attacker, or a person that is in your house to do you harm, whether or not they are armed- IF you feel your life was in danger and your actions reflect that. But you need to be able to articulate why you were in danger and why your resulting actions were reasonable. This is what the class teaches you- how to articulate yourself appropriately.

Also, keep in mind that although you can't carry (yet), there are ways to have an empty gun in the car, with a loaded magazine handy and still be in compliance with the FOID act.



Yes you can and then put a knife in his hand or get a good f...g lawyer.
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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 12:57 am Reply with quoteBack to top

SiliconSorcerer wrote:
URITraining wrote:
SiliconSorcerer wrote:
At this point since you can't carry, unless you are inside your yard or house and they are coming at you with a deadly weapon, your f.....d!


Its not quite that simple! You can shoot an unarmed attacker, or a person that is in your house to do you harm, whether or not they are armed- IF you feel your life was in danger and your actions reflect that. But you need to be able to articulate why you were in danger and why your resulting actions were reasonable. This is what the class teaches you- how to articulate yourself appropriately.

Also, keep in mind that although you can't carry (yet), there are ways to have an empty gun in the car, with a loaded magazine handy and still be in compliance with the FOID act.



Yes you can and then put a knife in his hand or get a good f...g lawyer.


Putting a knife in a dead guy's hand is called premeditated murder. A good lawyer won't get you out of that one. Plus, be prepared to spend 50K+ if you want a lawyer with a fighting chance.
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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 11:49 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Premeditted? I didn't plan to shoot someone who broke in my home and is comming towared me. I'd rather take my chanced putting a knife in a dead guys hand then telling a jury he scared me.

There's a lot of things you can do, like carry a gun unloaded in a fanny pack, but unless you have deep pockets and a lot of time on your hands I wouldn't recommend it.
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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 12:13 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

[quote="SiliconSorcerer"]Premeditted? I didn't plan to shoot someone who broke in my home and is comming towared me. I'd rather take my chanced putting a knife in a dead guys hand then telling a jury he scared me.

This is why you need to take this class Silicon. Those kinds of ideas can get you locked up for 25 years.

Yes indeed tampering with evidence, or planting evidence can and will be interpreted by the court as an indicator of pre-planning and malice. You can say whatever you want to the police, but if the evidence does not support what you are saying, then you are toast. If the police find any forensic or other evidence tying that knife to you, then your claim of shooting an intruder in self defense just got flushed down the toilet.

Whenever you claim self defense, the burden of proof shifts from the prosecutor over to you. Any cracks in your claim, and you can kiss your freedom goodbye. When 25 yrs-life is at stake, that is not the time to try and play jailhouse lawyer. Spend the $149 and edge-uh-muh-kate yo self!

It's the cheapest legal advice you will ever get.
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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 10:53 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Yes it is cheap.
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