Oklahoma has several concealed carry permit holders, but what could they expect if they had to shoot? davcidFortunately, Mr. David Prater, Oklahoma County District Attorney, was willing to share his perspective with our alumni members. He not only provided a great overview of the law, he focused on making sure anyone that carries a weapon thinks about the importance of being prepared. Much of the discussion was around the stress and impact that having to shoot causes and the risks of not being prepared. Mr. Prater made it clear that the law supports an individual’s right to protect themselves and talked about many factors that go into deciding if someone would be charged with a crime associated with having to shoot. He addressed questions from our members and even walked the group through situations that highlighted some of the right and wrong people might encounter.

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