August 29, 2016 |

Recently, a Texas Law Shield member was arrested for the possession of body armor. Ultimately, the member was released from custody and no charges were filed. One question we've received is: Am I legally allowed to have body armor? Independent Law Shield attorneys give you the real scoop.

Members get full access to our e-letter archives for the past few years. If you've got a question about legal gun use in Texas, browse our e-letters archive to get informed and educated about the state's gun laws.
In Texas, animal abuse can potentially be a felony charge, so does the state allow for the use of deadly force against a felony such as this? Michele Byington, a Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney and attorney at the law firm of Walker & Byington, provides the answers.

A lawyer's job isn't to tell you how to live your life, but instead to tell you the consequences of how you live your life. Accordingly, we've created a quick list so you can know what you're getting in to if you accidentally or purposefully carry past a 30.06 or 30.07 sign.

Texas Law Shield continues to add special events that can tell you how to improve your odds of surviving a deadly mass shooting at the mall, your children's school, at your workplace, or any other public gathering. Also, we continue to offer our regular Gun Law Seminars and Workshops. Click to see an up-to-date listing of events near you.