Originally Posted by Marquezj16
No one ever said it was up to the shooter to call it a good shoot.
The prosecutor is required to take the evidence presented upon them to make their decision. It does not mean 100% of the time they will believe the shooter but the other side of that it does not mean they will not believe them either.
Entirely true. It has no impact on the evidentiary questions raised by reloads, though.
With all of the research work that we (meaning CCers) put into gear, calibers, training, etc., one of the common themes is "hope for the best, but prepare for the worst," is it not? I treat the legal issues the same way.