Facing Firearms Charges? Help is Here
Firearm crimes can be very serious, as they can involve both federal and state laws. The circumstances that comprise a firearm charge vary greatly, and the law can be applied broadly or narrowly depending on those circumstances.
If you are facing a firearm charge, contact The Stamps Law Group as soon as possible.
We have a strong record of success in defending clients against firearm charges, and we will begin working immediately to determine the defense that will get you the best possible outcome.
What Are Firearms Crimes?
If you are carrying a concealed weapon and do not have a permit, you can be charged with a firearm crime.
Even if you have a permit, there are some areas in which you are still not permitted to carry it, and can be charged, like schools, day care centers or state parks.
There are also a number of groups of people who are not permitted to possess a firearm under any circumstances.
- For example, if you have been convicted of a felony, you may not own a firearm and in some cases this prohibition applies to anyone under indictment.
This means that if you have even been charged with a felony and are found in possession of a firearm, you could potentially be charged with a firearm crime.
Firearm laws can be confusing, and it may be difficult to know if you are allowed to possess one at any given time.
Ignorance of the law is not an excuse and will not provide you with a defense if you are charged. This is why it is imperative that you have strong legal counsel on your side.
At the Stamps Law Group, we have the skills and resources to defend against firearm charges.
We will “Fight the Good Fight” to protect your rights and liberties and will put forward the best defense possible under the law.
Contact us today at (866) JTLAW-66 or (866) 585-2966 to set up your consultation.