When you use a firearm, a deadly weapon, your hands, or even an implied threat of force to defend yourself or your loved ones, your actions will be scrutinized, dissected, and second-guessed. The police will want to question you. Even completely innocent people can be arrested, charged, and convicted of extremely serious crimes. Why?

Detectives are accustomed to investigating criminals. Rather than seeing you as innocent, they will likely see you as just another bad guy. As the saying goes, if you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

If you’re looking for a criminal defense attorney to represent you in a self-defense investigation, trial or appeal, or if you are looking for guidance on complying with laws governing self-defense, knives and firearms, you can contact William’s office to set up a call or meeting.

William has held concealed carry permits in Arizona, California and Colorado. He is a third-generation competitive pistol shooter and participates in GSSF sanctioned matches. He is a member of the security team for his church. He is writing a book on Colorado self-defense and firearm laws and gives legal trainings on self-defense.