Force Justified

The Art Of Legal And Ethical Defense

Disclaimer: This blog is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.

Welcome to our series on “Self-Defense & Legal Use of Force.” Over the next several weeks, we’ll delve into the relationship between self-defense and legal guidelines for using force, particularly in civilian contexts.  Each article will clarify critical aspects of self-defense law, giving you a better understanding of this essential topic. Join us as we navigate the nuances of self-defense and legal use of force.

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From court to jail

Three Life Sentences

The Weight of Violence

Welcome to “Three Life Sentences,”  where we delve into the aftermath of violent encounters. We explore the unseen mental struggles, legal challenges, and life changes following three outcomes: escaping harm, the death of an attacker, and imprisonment, each a Life Sentence in its own right.

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Rough water ahead, be prepared.

Why You Should Register for Amestratus Training Courses

Preparing to defend yourself and your loved ones extends beyond physical measures. It is a holistic approach comprising self-awareness, environment comprehension, and skills acquisition. Maintaining your security necessitates heightened awareness about potential threats in various environments, including your home.

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Scales weighed down by handgun

Self-Defense and Legal Use of Force

Disclaimer: This blog is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.

Understanding the legal boundaries of self-defense is key when reacting to threatening situations. In this blog, we’ll explore the complex relationship between self-defense actions and the legal implications that come with the use of force. We aim to provide clarity to help you navigate these situations responsibly.

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Enhancing Your Situational Awareness

The Importance of Understanding Human Behavior for Personal Safety

“Situational Awareness” is all the rage now, but what is it?; Is it knowing where exits are, keeping your “head on a swivel,” “checking your Six,” or is it a matter of learning and living in one of “Cooper’s Color Code” conditions? These are nice mantras, but how do they apply to our awareness and the ability to perceive, understand, and predict the dynamics of our environment? 

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