The legal aspect of self-defense fascinates me. When I teach concealed carry classes, it’s my favorite area to talk about because it is so important and can be incredibly complex. Tom Grieve has a great way of breaking down the confusing/complex topics in easy to understand layman’s terms.
What does it mean to raise your right to remain silent vs your right to an attorney? Which right do you raise after a self-defense incident?
Tom Grieve with the easy-to-understand explanation.
A key thing to take away for me was - contrary to how Hollywood portrays it - your attorney cannot raise your right to remain silent or your right to an attorney. No one else can raise those rights for you. You have to state them yourself.