What you do in the immediate aftermath of a self-defense incident is of the utmost importance. ?Using physical force to protect yourself when you are threatened is at the C of FAST’s ABCs. Confidence to do what needs to be done. ?It’s what the practice is about. ?When the threat is over, whether as a result of your actions or voluntary retreat, you should follow certin steps.

This information is meant as a guide to the issues that may arise after an encounter. Always talk to an experienced, licensed attorney to get full information about legal issues.

Remember these tips

Step 1: ?Do not follow or track a fleeing Attacker.
Nor should to try and detain them untill authroities arrive. Make sure you, your family and anyone nearby is safe.

If the attacker is not a threat because the