Category Archives: Peace Officers

This Is Why You Always Need an Exit Plan

We’ve all heard the story of how Wild Bill Hickok died in that Deadwood saloon. One of the players in a poker game wouldn’t change places with Hickok so that he could sit with his back to the wall. Subsequently, … Continue reading

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Sheriff’s Tips: Don’t Drop Your Guard

In 1965, my friend, the late Bill Cooksey, was sheriff of Terrell County, Texas. The area is big ranch country that sits on the Rio Grande River and is bordered on the east by the Pecos River. Cooksey was a … Continue reading

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You Have the Right to Remain Silent

This article was originally published in the December 2008 edition of the Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network Membership Journal. by Marty Hayes, J.D. DISCLAIMER: The following educational essay, written by Marty Hayes is not legal advice. It is, however, the beliefs … Continue reading

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Using Pepper Spray for Personal Defense

Not every defensive situation justifies the use of a firearm. Yet, too few people give consideration to having some sort of less-than-lethal defensive tool on their person. You might come under attack by a person who clearly is not armed … Continue reading

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