Article 35 “Use of Force”

  • April 12, 2015
    9:00 am - 3:00 pm

NYS Penal Law Article 35 “Use of Force” Course

NYS does not have a “mutual combat law”.  You cannot agree to fight someone without fear of prosecution. What this means to you is that ANY use of force against another person means you are committing a crime, even in your own home.  Nice huh?

Article 35 defines the “exemptions” under which you can use force to defend yourself and/or another person in those situations.

This is a 6 hour class on the New York State Penal Law Article 35 “Justification” on the “use of force” in defensive situations.  As we all know from recent current events, defending ourselves and others is not such a clear cut decision any longer.  In NYS we have an obligation to retreat and can only resort to self-defense when there are no other options.  This course will define for you the terminology used by NYS, give scenarios as well as examples and explain the “justification” and your “right to self-defense” within the NYS Penal Law.

With more than 15 for a class we will likely use a different location or split the class up.  Please email us for locations..

 

 

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Venue Phone: 315-751-5559

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Address:
115 Dogleg Drive, Baldwinsville, New York, United States

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DAVID COLBURN

I am a 64 year old former professional bodyguard. Some of my achievements and Certifications include; -8 Styles of Martial Arts Training -PADI Scuba certification -Owned Upstate and Syracuse K-9 -National and Olympic Qualifier in Wrestling -Professional Driving School Training -Firearms Training Certifications