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Old 01-13-2013, 01:46   #9
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So an average CCW holder should now be chasing suspects down AFTER the crime/threat is over? Stepping away from OP's original story, what if what you know you saw is not really what happened? I see that happen all the time. Then you could find yourself chasing and shooting at a GG because you thought you saw them as the perp. It is not always a question of can or can't but should or shouldn't. Just you legally do something does not always make it a smart decision. If you want to be a cop go get hired and sworn in.

Grand jury also has a very low standard for indictment, so even if you are 100% in the right, you could also find yourself paying to prove it. Best to know the area you are in, down to the particular county since things can change from county to county.

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