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What to Say to 911 After a Self-Defense Incident

If you’re ever involved in a self-defense incident, you need to know what to say during your 911 call. In this week’s “Ask an Attorney” video, criminal defense attorney Tom Grieve answers this frequently asked question from responsible gun owners: “What am I supposed to say on my call to 911 if I’m ever involved in a self-defense incident with my gun?”

What Am I Supposed to Tell the 911 Operator If I’m Ever Involved in a Self-Defense Shooting?

Identify yourself clearly as the victim of an attack.
Clearly communicate who the person was that attacked you, where he or she fled to and if he or she is armed with any weapon, such as a firearm.
Follow all police instructions when they arrive on the scene, as it is critical for you to survive that next encounter.
Point out any major pieces of evidence that the police need to be aware of, such as the weapon the attacker used that forced you to act in self-defense.

About Tom Grieve, Grieve Law

Tom Grieve is a highly awarded former Wisconsin state prosecutor who started Grieve Law, LLC — now one of the largest criminal defense firms in Wisconsin. He is respected as one of the top criminal defense lawyers in the state and has developed a nuanced understanding of Wisconsin firearms laws throughout his years of experience. Although Tom’s legal background speaks for itself, he has gone above and beyond the call of duty, receiving his certification as a firearms instructor, participating as a regular speaker and panelist with the USCCA for live broadcasts, training videos and national expos, and even serving as a speaker and analyst on numerous radio stations, television stations and both college and law school campuses.

This is not legal advice. This review was originally posted by the United States Concealed Carry Association at  https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/blog/what-to-say-to-911-after-a-self-defense-incident/

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