LETHAL FORCE GUN LAW
TACTICS & STRATEGIES
Surviving the aftermath of a gunfight
and winning the battle in the courtroom.
May 4th & 5th, 2019 in Chehalis, WA
Attorney Jim Fleming joins JB & Glenda Herren for a weekend of Gun Laws in our classroom courtroom. Jim has over 30 years of firearm related legal experience. As a former police investigator, he understands the criminal justice system and how it operates. He is the author of "AFTERMATH: Lessons in Self-Defense". On this 2-day weekend we will transform the classroom into a (faux) deadly encounter scene. Gun Laws Matter watch our video. Go to our Old School Gun School YouTube channel for more videos.
YOU will become involved in what happens next. This is a class-participation weekend. YOU may be part of the action. You will witness a felonious scenario acted out in our classroom/courtroom.
What did you see?
Who started the fight?
What led up to the attack?
Who caused the violence?
Could any of the violence been avoided?
Where is the evidence?
Who else was involved?
Do you agree with the other witnesses?
Do their accounts make you doubt what you first believed?
Realistically, could the outcome have been any better?
If YOU had been involved in this incident, how would YOU have handled this same situation? What were the circumstances that led up to the attack? What did you SEE? What did you HEAR? Can you articulate the details to the arriving investigators? What caused you to make the choices and take the actions you did? Could any of the violence been avoided?
IF you have suitable training with a firearm capable of instantly stopping a violent attack, THEN you have a good chance of surviving Problem #1:
STOPPING the inescapable threat.
The very instant you have solved Problem #1, you will be faced with Problem #2:
Surviving the Aftermath.
How many gunfights have you experienced in your lifetime? Is this the first one? Probably so.
How will you deal with the arriving law enforcement?
What are the few important things you should say?
What are the very important things you should NOT say?
How will you deal with neighbors, friends, co-workers, and your own family?
How will you handle the avalanche of media attention?
How will you protect yourself legally in the ongoing battle to safeguard your life and liberty?
The answers to the above quandaries is what this 2-day weekend is all about. No two violent encounters will ever be exactly the same. You must know and UNDERSTAND the laws surrounding the prudent and reasonable use of lethal force BEFORE you are forced to defend YOUR life, and the lives of your LOVED ONES.
The wise abilities to deal with the aftermath of a violent encounter will NOT come naturally to you. These proven abilities are a learned,
and practiced, skill set.
Join us this April for these two days as we guide the
class through the complicated maze of Gun Laws and
the Judicious Use Of Deadly Force. You will come
away with the increased confidence and skills that will
become priceless if the circumstances of life bring you
to the brink of the aftermath ….
Gun Laws & YOU!
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Questions or Registration call: (360) 378-1776
What Jim Fleming had to say after last year's weekend workshop:
"The Self-Defense Law Weekend is now done. We developed new teaching techniques and exercises that yielded some truly amazing results.
The students viewed real-time deadly force incidents and then delivered closing arguments to a "jury". The presentation and ingenuity the students employed were truly shocking for this old trial attorney. Law, facts, and sudden demonstrative exhibits. Amazing to see. Attorney-Client counseling role plays, jury debate in the jury room following delivery of jury instructions. The instructors heard and saw things that shocked and pleased them greatly. I was so very proud, I was almost speechless ... almost. Us second Amendment people understand their responsibilities and take them very, very seriously."
What our students have to say:
“This block of instruction covered a lot of ground, with relevant examples, wonderfully appropriate humor (for the target audience), pulled no punches, and disparaged no student for questions asked, and integrated information well.” Paul Arroyo
“Good lecture. Loved the playing out of scenarios and then reviewing what happened, what was good, what was bad. Great idea to involve the class in all aspects of the class. Especially liked using scenarios that are current. Very informative to help prepare us for what to do after a defensive use situation.” Manny Perez
“I went home after this class so excited. As a life-long learner, this was without doubt, the best experience ... ever! The interactions of students and teachers were amazing. Both were actively engaged in the process, start-to-amazing finish. Honest, reliable information from someone whom is, and has been, involved in the process for a lifetime.” Ann Monroe
"The best part about this workshop is the class size. The intimacy allows questions to be asked for further understanding. I believe it changed my firearm safety due to more clarity and understanding.
"I learned so much! Why you request your Right To Silence and then be quiet. The scenarios were great." Lynn Burow
"The interaction between J.B., Jim and the rest of the class was great. Hearing about the arrest process was very enlightening." Betty Wellington
“Excellent! Did not know that there was that much to understand about the aftermath of what happens after a self-defense incident.” Frank Bresnan, Sr.
“Jim presented his material in a down to earth manner. (No lawyer speak.) He also could laugh at himself. These things make the audience comfortable. I liked that.” R.D. Boettcher
“Good information about if you ever get taken into custody. When and when not to give a statement to law enforcement. Good information on dealing with 911 call and dealing with your family after an incident.” Larry Cruz
“Aftermath is a wide-ranging topic. All the issues brought up and all examples used had tremendous value.” Tom Shalles
“I like that he is very up front and just spits out the truth – no beating around the bush. Of course it will change skills for me on making plans and preparing the best I can for what I may face after the situation happens.” Laura Long
“I enjoyed Jim’s presentation extremely well. Well-spoken from his background as a police officer and lawyer. I will attend any session ever given by him in this region.” Robert Emerson
“Practical advice from an active attorney in his field, an expert witness and from a former policeman.” Jim Stuart
“He followed his excellent outline. Didn’t mind being asked dumb questions. Well prepared with what he covered and I really enjoyed listening and learning from Jim.” Patricia Celestino
“Great speaker! Lots of good information that I had never thought about before. I have to re-think my firearms inventory.” Billy Phillips
“I liked Jim’s advice on what you should do, not what you would automatically do.” Janet Smith
“A great amount of useful information. This is the only way to get this information.” Stephen Holtz
If you choose to own and carry a defensive firearm, if becomes your responsibility
to know and understand the laws and protocols surrounding it's use.