I have heard of many different ways one is suppose to respond to police after they have been involved in a shooting in order not to incriminate themselves, So what is the right way? Now I know, I know. There is lots of different scenarios. What state? Is there stand your ground laws? Castle Doctrine? Was the criminal armed or not? Did the criminal actually manage to break into and enter your home? Etc, Etc, Etc. Thats not what I'm looking for around here. What I want to know is what steps and processes should a person keep in mind should they find themselves in any type of situation where they have just had to use deadly force. Should they still have possession of the firearm when the police arrive or should they have cleared it and set it aside as to not pose a threat? I would really like to here from someone with legal experience such as a lawyer or someone who might have actually been involved in such a scenario. And it goes without sayin that I pray to God that I nor anyone else has to go through such an experience, however I believe everyone should be educated in these details should such a need arise.