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What is USCCA?

The USCCA is the acronym for United States Concealed Carry Association.  I have been approved and receive communication from members as a criminal defense attorney and part of their critical defense team representative on the USCCA website for attorney resources. Members of USCCA receive a monthly magazine which tells stories of self and home defense, publishes articles about legislation and recent cases, as well as gives a great deal of information about various weapons.  Most of the weapons they review relate to handguns and self defense, however other larger weapons are occasionally spotlighted. Members who have found themselves in a position where self-defense is necessary also have additional coverage for civil and criminal legal defense.  An attorney can be contacted immediately in cases where lethal force was used.  Ultimately, an inquiry may be necessary to determine whether it was justified, however members may receive up to $1MM of legal services simply through their membership. The highly trained Self-Defense Shield Critical Response Team is available 24/7/365. Your personal case manager is fully trained and accredited in advanced crisis intervention and peer support through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF). If you are concerned about your rights to carry a concealed weapon, start by obtaining your CCW license and apply for membership with USCCA.  If you have other concerns about right to defend yourself or your property, first make inquiry throughout this website then at USCCA. If you still have questions or if you are facing criminal charges, contact Michael Bouldin at [email protected] or call 859-581-6453 (581-MIKE).

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