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Old October 3, 2013, 02:02 PM   #1
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I'm not sure if this topic has been posted on TFL in the past & if the staff/forum moderators want to move it, then so be it.
I saw a brief news item about a OK based firm called: .
The company is made up of former & retired sworn LE officers/lawyers who provide a legal defense/legal resource for armed citizens/CCW license holders.
The fee for regular CCW armed citizens is $99.00 USD per year. The site states a retired sworn LE officer or US military service member(honorable discharge & retired or have a medical/disability) can get the coverage plan for $75.00/year.
Other first responders & private security(corrections, EMTs, firefighters, etc) do not get the reduced rate.
The website looks professional & it seems on the surface to benefit CCW license holders, retired/disabled LE or armed forces veterans but Im leery of a simple $99.00 fee covering all the required expenses & details.

In my personal opinion, Id think a lot of defense lawyers or law firms would want to take a high profile use of force case but this policy might be a good back-up/support system.
The company website lists the late Chris Kyle, the US Navy SEAL who served in SW Asia as a sniper, as being a member of the advisory panel. Kyle, who was murdered by a USMC veteran in Texas, wrote the non fiction best seller; American Sniper.

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Old October 3, 2013, 04:38 PM   #2
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Looks reputable enough.

I don't see where they put up $10,000 for your local attorney to get things going like ACLDN (which I'm a member of) does.
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