There are many different things that you have to look into when you are facing weapons charges. One of these is your status. Are you able to legally own the weapon that you had? The answer to this question is one that can have a profound impact on whether the charges are going to stick or not.
Some people, including felons, can’t legally own specific weapons. If you are a felon and get caught with a firearm you can’t have, you might find that it is very difficult to defend against these charges. We can help you to determine what options you have to fight the case against you.
In the absence of a status that forbids you from having a weapon, there might be other challenges that come with the charges. These must be carefully considered. With this in mind, you have to make sure that your defense is being handled individually. Weapons charges aren’t ones that can be forced into preconceived defense strategies.
Besides your status, the circumstances surrounding the weapon can have an impact on the charges you face. For example, if you are using a weapon to commit a felony, you will likely face a challenging situation with your defense. We can help you to learn what choices you have for addressing this issue.
Oftentimes, gun or weapon charges come in conjunction with other charges. These must be considered when you are coming up with the strategy you are going to use since they can have an effect on your case. We are here to help protect your rights and find resolutions for your case.