Category: Self-Protection

  • Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground

    I was watching the following video from Andrew Branca at the Law of Self Defense and wanted to do a distillation for my classes (and anyone else that’s interested in self-protection). Elements of Self-Defense There are five elements that have to be present for a claim of “Self-Defense” to be valid: I’m not going to […]

  • The Triune Brain

    Understanding violence can be tricky (especially for those of us who haven’t seen more than a fight in Highschool), but I’ve come across some great models over the years to help categorize different types of violence as well as how to recognize their motivations. One of the more handy models is the Triune Brain – […]