You carry a gun so you’re hard to kill. Know the law so you’re hard to convict. . .
Raleigh, NC -(Ammoland.com)- Do you know the law of self defense? I mean, REALLY know the law? What good does it do to defend your life if you make some small legal mistake that ends up putting you in prison for the rest of your life?
At the Grass Roots North Carolina Annual Meeting two years ago in Charlotte, Attorney Andrew Branca taught an incredible Law of Self Defense seminar that focused entirely on North Carolina’s laws of self defense. Most of us have taken a Concealed Handgun Permit course, which has 4 hours of legal instruction. But Andrew Branca’s class goes much deeper.
It’s everything you need to know before you have to use force in self defense. Not just the black letter law, but also the judges’ legal decisions and the self defense jury instructions. This class is so detailed that if you’re a lawyer, it counts toward Continuing Legal Education. But don’t think it’s dry and boring like your CHP class was.
Andrew is a fantastic presenter, taking complex legal discussions and turning them into simple concepts and delivering them with his trademark wit.
Enroll Now and Receive a GRNC Discount
Through a special agreement with Andrew, Grass Roots North Carolina can offer you a discount on this Raleigh Law of Self Defense seminar.
Use discount code “GRNC” at checkout and receive 10% off this essential class. But act now, because as of July 7th, the price of the class goes up.
The class will be held at Triangle Shooting Academy in Raleigh, NC on August 7th, 2016.
Sign up online at:
Remember to use discount code “GRNC” at checkout to show your support for Grass Roots North Carolina, and also to save 10%.
Class is open only to pre-registered students, so sign up right away before the price increase.
About Grass Roots North Carolina:
Grass Roots North Carolina is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to preserving the freedoms guaranteed us by the Bill of Rights. Our main focus is the right to keep and bear arms. GRNC was central to drafting and passing North Carolina’s concealed handgun law and since that time has continued to push for improvements to gun laws.
For more information, visit: www.grnc.org.