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Will Zero-tolerance Make Your Child a Criminal in a Self-defense Situation?

Updated: Jun 28, 2022

Concerned Parents Should Look to Legal Defense, Before Their Child is Accosted

Houston, Texas (October 18, 2017) – Responsible and dedicated parents are involved in their children’s lives and should expect the unexpected when raising children into their teen and adulthood. However, when their child is being bullied, they often feel alone, as many within the public school system can turn adversarial when a parent wants to right a wrong and stand up for their child – the victim.

“I talked to a parent today who is a member of whose child was attacked by 3 teens at her high school while the Principal and teachers looked on and when the police arrived interposed and created a worse situation for a teen who was defending herself against a bully attack,” says Andy Valadez, Marketing Director for The National Association for Legal Gun Defense, “Most people don’t realize that our company actually defends children against bullying and in self-defense under victim’s rights.”

“The mom was thankful that she is a member and covered at the advice of one of our representatives who attended a local gun show,” says Larry Keilberg, National Director for, “The mom was looking at getting her license to carry a firearm and realized that having coverage for her entire family was a wise decision, and she did not for-see a situation a year ago like this, but it happened.”
“After talking to the mom today, she was frustrated that the system which is supposed to help only makes things worse,” says Andy Valadez, a dad and member himself who has coverage for his own teens, “She was thankful that she was able to get in touch with our team and now has a lawyer assigned to her case who will be addressing the situation with the school system, the responding law officer (who made matters worse and has escalated charges on this innocent teen), and the bullies and their parents.”

“Every concerned parent who has a child in the public school system should have,” said the mom who wishes to remain anonymous at this time, “The principal and teachers stood by and let my daughter get attacked and I have already filed a formal complaint against them.” is a comprehensive litigation protection membership covering individuals, families and businesses in regards to personal protection with the use of any weapon in all 50 states, U.S. Territories and Tribal Lands.

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