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AFTER DEADLY FORCE SEMINAR

 

Cost: See Below

What is the ADF Seminar about?


This four hour seminar will present issues that are seldom addressed, but are vitally important if you are ever involved in a use of deadly force incident.  You will learn about Body Alarm Reaction (BAR), and how it affects the body before, during, and after a  use of deadly force incident.  Why the usual, "I want a lawyer" advice is not always the only thing you should say.  That advice is generally given by attorneys because attorneys are usually defending "guilty" people rather than someone trained in the use of deadly force.  If you are a victim of a deadly assault, and had to use deadly force, you need to be aware of what you really need to say other than, "I want a lawyer."  You will learn how to interact with the responding officers, investigating officers, witnesses, and most importantly, how to interact with the bad guys.  Data from the Force Science Institute will reveal just how important knowledge of action vs reaction can be in defending your life.

THE FOLLOWING  IS JUST SOME OF THE INFORMATION YOU WILL RECEIVE IN THIS SEMINAR

Do you know and UNDERSTAND the new Castle Doctrine that went into effect 1 December 2011?  The "Intruder" Law was repealed!  If you do not understand this new law.  this is the best opportunity you will ever have to learn from one of the best attorneys in the state. 

Forget what you "heard on the street" about this new law and learn it from professionals.   Seating will be limited.

YOU ARE HOLDING AN INTRUDER AT GUNPOINT AND DO NOT KNOW IF HE/SHE IS ARMED.  DO YOU KNOW THE ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS?

  • Do you aim for the center of mass or at other parts of his/her anatomy?
  • For your safety, how do you position the suspect while holding him/her at gunpoint?
  • Where should you have the suspect place his/her hands?
  • Do you tie him/her up or handcuff them?
  • What do you instruct him/her to do or not to do?
  • What other option do you have other than to continue to hold him/her at gunpoint?
  • Do you search him/her for weapons?
  • What do you tell the 911 operator?
  • What do you instruct other family members to do?
  • What do you tell law enforcement officers when they arrive?
  • What do you ask witnesses at the scene to do?
  • How do you minimize the potential of getting shot by the responding officers?

YOU HAVE USED DEADLY FORCE AND THE INTRUDER APPEARS TO BE DEAD OR SERIOUSLY WOUNDED.  WHAT DO YOU NOW DO?

  • Do you search him/her for weapons?
  • Do you administer first aid first?  Would you know what to do for a gunshot victim?
  • Do you call 911 first?
  • What do you tell the 911 operator?
  • Should you stay on the line with the operator?
  • How much information should you give the operator?
  • What information should you NOT give them?
  • What do you do with potential evidence at the scene?
  • Who else should you call on your phone?
  • What if your house phone is inoperative and you have to use your cell phone?
  • Who should you NOT call and WHY?
  • Will you need and attorney?
  • If you need an attorney, what kind of attorney will you need?
  • With whom may you discuss the events of the shooting, other than your attorney?
  • What do you ask witnesses at the scene to do?
  • Will the responding officer be able to identify you?
  • What do you do or SAY if you are arrested for defending your life?
  • What kind of self-defense bullets should you use in your firearm?
  • Why should you NOT use full metal jacketed bullets as self-defense ammo?
  • What you need to know about action and reaction.
  • After a deadly force shooting, what will you likely experience emotionally?
  • What is the Mark of Cain Syndrome?
  • What is an Affirmative Defense?
  • What is Jury Nullification?

No serious study of use of deadly force and concealed carry is complete until you have an understanding of the information presented in this seminar.


Presenters in this class include myself, with over forty-one years of law enforcement experience, and local criminal attorney, Tom Sallenger.  Read about Tom's credentials below.


Attorney, Tomas R.  Sallenger

Tom is one of the most experienced (30 yrs. practice) and BEST criminal defense attorneys in North Carolina.  He has successfully defended many self defense cases.  He received his law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC and is a former Assistant District Attorney.  Tom currently practices several areas of law.  His office is in Wilson, NC.

Professionally, Tom has been recognized by Business North Carolina Magazine as one of the State's best lawyers in Criminal Law with his selection as a member of North Carolina's 2009 Legal Elite.

Tom, has also been selected as a member of the National Trial Lawyers Top Trial Lawyers for his work in Criminal Defense. 

Tom was honored by his peers to be included in The Best Lawyers in America in 2009. 

Tom's presentation including Q & A will be nearly two hours.  That alone is worth the price of the seminar.  Tom will keep  everyone on the edge of their seats as he goes through a typical self defense case.  He  will talk  about all facets of what you should expect from being investigated and exposed to the unknown's of our justice system.  

 Notice........Please Read........Notice

The After Deadly Force Seminar  being offered in NC, by another instructor is not their original content.  The material was taken without permission from the content of our course.

Concealed Handgun Carry. was the first to offer the After Deadly Force Seminar to citizens with a Concealed Handgun Permit.  Since our first ADF class in August of 2007, we have worked diligently to improve this class.   The course in now presented in Power Point, and we now have the services of a highly competent self defense attorney to assist in the presentation. We are constantly updating our presentation material to insure you get the latest information. 

After Deadly Force Seminar

  ($100.00)


    IN TODAY'S JUDICIAL SYSTEM, KNOWING HOW AND WHEN TO USE DEADLY FORCE IS NOT ENOUGH.  KNOWING HOW TO DEAL WITH THE AFTERMATH AND WHAT TO EXPECT  FROM THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM WILL HELP YOU GREATLY. 


PROPER TRAINING IS THE ANSWER TO A LOT OF PITFALLS IN OUR JUDICIAL SYSTEM.  There is not another class in NC that will prepare you for a use of deadly force incident as well as this class will.

DON'T ALLOW YOURSELF TO FALL THROUGH THE CRACKS IN THE SYSTEM!  I HAVE SEEN MANY PEOPLE  GET CONVICTED BECAUSE THEY DID SOMETHING STUPID THAT THIS TRAINING COULD HAVE PREVENTED.

There will be much presented that even law enforcement officers are not aware of except for the handful who work in specialized units.

Our efforts are on going to bring training to the area for holders of the NC Concealed Handgun Permit.  They are truly among the absolute best citizens of our state.

252-937-8198. chris@concealedhandguncarry.com

 Chris Raper presents at the ADF Seminar

Attorney, Tom Sallenger takes questions from students in the ADF Seminar

Cost:  $100.00  (Make checks payable to Chris Raper)

Date:  January 22, 2016

Time:  6 PM to 10 PM

Location:   Wilson, NC (Quality Inn and Suites)( Phone: 252-291-6400)(located at 4941 Raleigh Road Parkway West, Wilson, NC 27893) Downstairs conference room just past the front desk.

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Cost:  $100.00  

Participants in this seminar must be properly vetted.  A Concealed Handgun Permit, NC Pistol Permit,  law enforcement or active military will usually qualify a person for attendance. 

If none of the above applies to you, and you would like to attend, please contact me for vetting.

Due to the course content we will not present this class without restrictions to the general public.

 

  The facilities we use are accessible to students with limited mobility including wheelchairs.

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