005 Interview with Attorney Adam Jarchow Discussing Concealed Carry

by Andy on November 1, 2011

Congratulations Wisconsin!

Our state has finally recognized the constitutionally guaranteed right to use a firearm to protect ourselves against criminals who seek to do us harm!

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In today’s podcast we’ll be discussing the new law from a legal perspective as we interview attorney Adam Jarchow from Bakke Norman Law Offices located here in Wisconsin.  Adam has spent time in recent months discussing the new law with individuals and businesses who are wondering how it will effect them and their ability to protect themselves, their customers, and their rights as property owners.

What will you do if you’re in a self defense scenario and are forced to use your weapon to protect yourself or a love one?  Do you know what you should or should not say to law enforcement?  Who should you call first?  Do you know your rights and how to protect them?  What about getting pulled over by a police officer while carrying your weapon?  How should you react  and what should you say?

We’ll be talking about all of this and much, much more!

Links from today’s show:

Bakke Norman Law
Baldwin Location
990 Main Street
PO Box 54
Baldwin, WI 54002
Phone: 715.684.4545

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