AFTERMATH: Lessons In Self-Defense
Before you venture out into the public armed, have you taken the time to consider the consequences of your involvement in a deadly force encounter? If it does happen, after the smoke has cleared, then what do you do?
What do you say, to whom, and when? How do you deal with neighbors, friends, your own family, the media, the police? How do you protect yourself legally in the ongoing battle to protect your life and liberty? Jim is one of a very few people in the United States with the unique breadth of experience necessary to address the issues knowledgeably. “AFTERMATH” is a book that goes into each of these questions in detail, written by a man with a unique perspective on the issues. His style is direct, the chapters fly by like a conversation, filled with practical insight and sound advice. You need to read this book. READ MORE >>
Massad Ayoob has edited the book:
Straight Talk On Armed Defense – What the Experts Want You To Know.
(Published June 2017)
Books written by Jim Fleming
Jim Fleming's chapter in Massad Ayoob's book describes the criminal trial process and how it plays out in a "righteous use of deadly force in self-defense" case.
Jim Fleming is a former police officer, practicing attorney at Fleming Law Offices with 32 years experience in handling criminal trials and civil tort litigation, has served as an expert witness for other attorneys in more than a dozen homicide and firearm related cases, founder of Mid-Minnesota Self-Defense, Inc., serves on the Board of Advisors for the Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network, on the Legal Panel for CCW Safe, and serves as affiliate attorney for the USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Assoc.) Critical Response Team. Jim Fleming is an ongoing presenter for continuing legal educationprovided to attorney's across the country on the issues that arise in self-defense cases and featured speaker at nationwide conferences related to self-defense.
Listen to a short interview with author, Jim Fleming about the book: AFTERMATH.