First, a bit of perspective. The self-defense shooting is one that all CCW permit holders prepare for but hope never comes. My friend Steve is a police officer, former SWAT and an outstanding firearms instructor. I am an asset protection attorney by trade, a CCW Instructor by avocation and an outdoorsman, hunter, former military shooter and long-time firearms owner. We both like things that go 'Boom'. One day while at the range we had a chance to discuss the fact that most tactical training and self-defense training involving firearms almost always answers the question "How To" but few deal with the issue of Now What?? So we co-authored an article about it from the perspective of both an attorney and a law enforcement officer. It's called "After the Shooting Stops: the Legal Aftermath of a Lethal Encounter'. It appeared in Concealed Carry magazine. If you like, you can ask for a copy at http://www.GetYourCCW.biz As both a CCW Instructor and a long-time Asset Protection Attorney, I've decided to finish up an e-book project. The book will focus on Lawsuit Protection for Self-Defense Shooters and will have some very practical resources and 'lessons learned' and share with readers ways to protect themselves legally before the incident ever occurs. Out of respect to the valuable service this website offers, I will even offer free live training to any High Road members who wish to attend one of my workshops in 2010. Here's where I need your help. I'm looking for input from other High Road members (or friends you may know) who ever had to deal with such an incident, either as law enforcement officers or as civilians. I'd like to know what you (or they) went through "afterwards". If you (or your friend) can share their experiences, I'd appreciate it. You can reach me at [email protected] or through my Facebook Account as Eagle Five Zero. Thank You sincerely for your support of our Second Amendment.