Attorneys on Retainer: Self-Protection Plan

Affordable Legal Protection for Firearm Owners

Whether you own a firearm for hunting, recreation, or self-defense, you open yourself up to significant legal liability. And no matter how careful you think you are with your firearm, one mistake could subject you to serious criminal charges.

That's where our Attorneys on Retainer - Self-Protection Plan can help. For only $25 a month, you can have our experienced and aggressive criminal defense team in your back pocket, 24/7/365.

If you own firearms in Arizona or Hawaii, we strongly recommend you getting our Self-Protection Plan to shield yourself from any unwanted firearm-related charges.

Already a USCCA member? Or similar program? View the truth about their policy!

What’s Included in the Self-Protection Plan:

  • Attorney availability 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Free Strategy Sessions on all new and applicable matters
  • Set attorney hourly rate as low as $175.00 per hour* (normal rates range from $350 – $650/hour)
  • In the event one of these enumerated crimes (below) is charged in Arizona or Hawai‘i and self-defense is reasonably claimed as a defense, 100% of your attorney’s fees are covered:
  • Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Negligent Discharge
  • Negligent Homicide
  • Felony Endangerment
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Disorderly Conduct with a Weapon

Need more information? Please email or call 480-455-5227

Self-Protection Plan - Only $25/mo.
One-time set up fee of $100. Monthly fees begin 30 days after set up.

Common Legal Situations Where The Self-Protection Plan Will Benefit You:

Self-Defense from Home Intrusion
Many home owners own firearms to protect their families from home intruders. If you have to use your firearm in self defense, you will be questioned by the police. You should never talk to the police without first speaking to an attorney.

Self-Defense From Imminent Threat of Serious Bodily Injury or Death
When there is an imminent threat of serious bodily injury or death, and you use your firearm or weapon in self-defense, you should expect that you will be questioned by the police and could be arrested. This is when having an experienced attorney is crucial.

Misconduct Involving Weapons
There are several ways someone could be charged with misconduct involving weapons. A common crime that involves misconduct involving weapons is when a person knowingly carries a deadly weapon without a permit.

Defensive Display of a Firearm
Displaying a firearm for self-defense is serious, even if you don't fire it. It is taken seriously by prosecutors, and a conviction may result in penalties and a criminal record. Should you ever have to display your firearm in self-defense, consider any such display as serious as if you had to fire your weapon.

Accidental Discharge
Accidental or negligent discharge is a crime in several states including Arizona and Hawaii. Many people falsely believe that this will be treated as an accident with no consequences, but this crime can carry mandatory prison time for those who are convicted.

Civil Lawsuit from Attacker or Their Family
Sometimes people will use a firearm (or any other weapon) as self-defense against an attacker and then find themselves being sued civilly by the attacker or their family. Even if you may have not been charged criminally, you still may face civil charges in some cases.

There is a one-time set-up fee of $100.00 (non-refundable) and your first month's membership is free. Monthly re-occurring payments will begin 30 days after your order was placed. Members can cancel at any time. The Attorneys on Retainer program is only available in Arizona and Hawai'i.

The discounted hourly rate applies to legal fees only. Necessary and pre-approved expenses are billed separately. All legal matters must have occurred AFTER you become an AOR member for the reduced hourly rate to apply. All monthly retainer fees are to ensure the availability of an attorney at the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm. As such, all Attorneys on Retainer fees are earned on receipt and are non-refundable. Representation in a legal matter is not guaranteed. Representation is subject to the Rules of Professional Conduct, including the clearing of conflicts for a particular legal matter and attorneys are ethically bound not to represent clients in frivolous or inappropriate legal matters. As such, the attorney shall be the sole judge of what matters are "Legally inappropriate." Please call us at 480-455-5227 if you have any questions.

We utilize partner attorneys in our network for some areas of law that we do not provide in-house. While these attorneys do not work for the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm, they have been vetted by us and provide the same great service and discounted rates to our members as we do. Questions? Please feel free to email us at or call us 480-455-5227

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the AOR Self-Protection plan compare to USCCA’s plan?

USSCA is great for training and insurance purposes, but if you are looking for legal protection, you may want to think twice about getting their Self-Defense Liability Insurance. Read all the details in our blog.

Are tasers and stun guns part of the Self-Protection plan?

Yes. Tasers and stun guns are considered weapons and are covered under the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms. Using a stun gun or Taser in lawful self-defense is legal.

Do I need to pay back the fees if I take a plea or go to trial?

No. Unlike other self-defense liability protection plans, you do not have to pay back any fees and your membership remains active.

If I am AOR Self-Protection member in Hawaii, am I still covered if I am a Conceal Carry Member and I travel to Arizona?

Yes. As an AOR member in Hawaii, your membership is covered if a legal matter occurs in the state of Arizona.

Does the plan cover pre-existing legal problems?

No. You must be a member of the Attorneys on Retainer program BEFORE you have a legal problem. Pre-existing legal matters are not applicable.

What is your cancellation policy and how do I cancel?

Members can cancel at any time. However, your $100 sign-up fee is non-refundable. To cancel your membership, please email or call 480-455-5227.

How do I speak with a lawyer in an emergency situation?

If it’s an emergency and it’s after hours, you simply call the office (Arizona: 480-755-7110 or Hawaii: 808-647-2423) and an operator will connect you to one of our attorneys to assist you.

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