Right now we have two lawyers who have graciously agreed to have us publish their articles.

Lisa J. Steele
Lisa J. Steele is a criminal defense attorney practicing in Connecticut and Massachusetts appellate courts. She is co-chair of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) Forensic Evidence Committee, a director of AWARE, and has lectured and written about self-defense issues for attorneys and the public.

Here she presents a series of articles breaking down the events following a shooting incident:

Aftermath of a Shooting
  1. Miranda
  2. Finding and Hiring Counsel
  3. Arrest to the Start of Trial
  4. When Can a Prosecutor Use My Life Against Me in a Self-Defense Trial?
  5. Trial and Post-Conviction

Ever thought about non-firearms weapons and the law? Here’s Lisa’s educated take on the subject:

Owning and Carrying Non-Firearm Weapons


Should you call 911 after being in an incident? Read Lisa’s take on the legal issues:

Call 911?

Penny Dean
Penny Dean, the top Firearms attorney in New Hampshire, has written extensively on Firearms related issues and is a frequent lecturer at NRA Women on Target classes.

FAQ Pertaining to NH State Law Regarding the Use and Carrying of Firearms