IF that bill passed then she would have had to go in front of grand jury. REGARDLESS OF HOW OR WHY SHE KILLED SOMEONE. Castle law or no, it wouldn't matter. Now the Castle Law would have got her off the hook, but she'd still be there in front of a grand jury anyway.
And if there was a general "Lawsuit Insurance" that would be a good idea there sir. Seeing as how you have CAR insurance, and HOME OWNERS insurance, where does that leave me not insured? Walking around in public. What kind of insurance might I consider needing for this? My GUN insurance.
We didn't say that EVERYONE will need it, and I'd hope to NEVER need it. But it doesn't make it a bad idea.
Let's take the guy who fired his gun as a warning shot at that burglar and got arrested. http://www.myfoxboston.com/dpp/news/local/nh-man-stops-suspected-burglar-20120222
Couldn't have hurt then to have a lawyer well versed in firearm laws ready.
How about the WWII vet that GOT CLEARED by the grand jury, but couldn't get his guns back? http://texasgunforum.com/index.php?topic=5774.0
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Couldn't have hurt to have a lawyer on hand who knew the ins and outs of getting his weapons back after he was cleared.
Want some more "examples?"