Our next meeting is
April 19 at 7pm (doors open early) at the North Ranch Center in Westlake Village
Our guest speaker is
Attorney Lawrence Noble* https://noble4law.net/
USCCA Critical Response Team Member
He should have some good stories, right? And some good advice?
He will also discuss how the Founders’ rationale for the 2d Amendment drives the recent “originalist” SCOTUS cases,
and their progeny, in overruling the ongoing campaigns to limit 2A rights.
Join us! Bring a friend!
Register here: https://crpa.org/event/ventura-county-gun-owners-a-crpa-chapter-meeting-10/
*Lawrence C. Noble has been a trial lawyer for over 40 years providing Asset Protection and
Firearms/Self-Defense/Second Amendment advice and representation. His level of experience has enabled Lawrence to realize and employ the advance thinking (strategic planning) that is critical to attaining success in all endeavors. As such, Lawrence has found it eminently helpful to reverse engineer his advice for the benefit of his clients in negotiation and litigation.
Lawrence asks what result his client needs, and then often works backwards from that goal to design the best path forward. Lawrence uses this type of “situational awareness” approach to help his firearms clients navigate the often difficult, if not confusing, matrix of gun laws and asset protection laws to enhance their chances of protecting their safety, freedom and property.
Lawrence is a United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) Critical Response Team Member who is “on call” to meet the urgent needs of USCCA Members who find themselves in justifiable “self-defense” incidents, all done under the protection of the Second Amendment.
Lawrence gives a presentation about “The Legal Aspects of Defensive Shooting” (L.A.D.S.) that is a distillation of the decision-making process that a gunowner must go through and satisfy – while under great stress – before he/she can justifiably use fatal force for self-defense.
Lawrence is a graduate of The Hun School of Princeton with a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and a J.D. degree from The George Washington University Law School. He practices in both the state and federal courts.