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Old 04-19-2010, 20:40   #1
Fisher 21
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Sincerely hope I never have to find this out personally:

I have read two opinions on what to do after an encounter/SD shooting: One, don't say anything to the police except that you want to consult your attorney before making a statement. Two, give the police officers a basic idea of what happened so they know what to do/investigate, then talk to the attorney.

What does your experience suggest?
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