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By Sean Maloney - Self-Defense Attorney

Member Self-Defense Incident

A Second Call Defense Member was working at Papa John’s restaurant in New Carlisle, OH.  He was preparing for closing and was “bent over” moping the floor when two masked assailants burst into the restaurant carrying weapons and screaming at the SCD Member and other employees present.  The first assailant was wearing a red mask, the second assailant to enter was wearing a green mask.

The assailants quickly advanced on SCD Member with weapons raised while continuing to scream.  When the first assailant wearing the red mask came to within about three feet of SCD Member, who is an Ohio CHL license holder, fearing for his life SCD Member drew his concealed firearm and immediately fired at the assailant, killing him.  The accomplice wearing the green mask fled the scene on foot.  

After speaking to the 911 operator, SCD Member immediately contacted the Second Call Defense, 24-Hour Emergency Member-only Hotline while he was being “detained” in the back of a New Carlisle Police Car and spoke with me for approximately one hour until he was transported from the scene to Clark County Sheriff’s office.  During our conversation, we practiced tactical breathing to help calm the SCD Member.  The SCD Member recounted what had occurred during the incident to me several times, each time with a little more detail as the physical and psychological effects of the threatening encounter began to subside.

I spoke with the lead detective on the scene and advised him that my Client, would not be making any statements, or answer any questions until I was present.  Once SCD Member was transported to and arrived at Clark County Sheriff’s Office, he was released to be interviewed later, and since there was still one assailant who fled the crime scene unaccounted for, SCD Member was driven home by New Carlisle Police for his own safety. 

On June 21, 2021, I accompanied SCD Member to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, whereupon SCD Member was interviewed and released.  At the end of the interview where a Prosecutor was present, we were informed that SCD Member was not going to be charged for the homicide that occurred because of his use of lethal force in self-defense. 

If you are faced with a life-or-death situation and you are forced to use lethal force in self defense, what will you do?  Who will you call? Will they the answer your call for help?

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