An example of a firearms legal defense program is the Texas-based U.S. Law Shield Firearms Legal Defense Program, according to the American Bar Association. Members pay a monthly membership fee in exchange for firearms-related legal defense representation.
The U.S. Law Shield Firearms Legal Defense Program is a legal defense organization that provides legal representation to members who require legal assistance pursuant to incidents arising out of the use of their personal firearms, notes U.S. Law Shield. As of 2015, U.S. Legal Shield has more than 100,000 members who include civilians, law enforcement officers and military personnel, and it is available in Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania. Members also receive service in Missouri and Texas.