St. Louis Attorneys Defending Gun Charges
A firearms charge is a serious offense. If you have been charged with a gun crime in addition to another crime, the consequences can be severe and may result in significant prison time. At Richard H. Sindel, Inc., our St. Louis gun crime lawyers provide experienced help defending against these charges. It is important to protect your rights and retain legal counsel who can handle your case aggressively and effectively.
We Can Defend Against All Types of Gun Charges
Gun charges can encompass a wide range of activities. Our Missouri criminal defense attorneys have handled numerous firearms cases, including those involving:
- Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon
- Concealed weapons
- Unlawful discharge of a firearm
- Drug possession or trafficking while carrying a weapon
- Using a gun in the commission of another crime
- Possession of stolen firearms
- Illegal possession of ammunition
The consequences of a conviction for gun possession can be significant. If you are ever convicted of another crime in the future, a gun conviction will play a significant role in sentencing. We have the skill to attack all charges and will question the legality of the search that turned up the firearm. You have rights. Rely on us to make sure your rights are preserved and protected.
Dedicated Defense Against Federal Gun Charges
A firearms violation may be charged as a federal crime. The lawyers at Richard H. Sindel, Inc., have extensive experience providing felony defense in federal court. Even if you are convicted, we are well-versed in handling post-conviction and appeals on the federal level. When your future and your liberty are at stake, do not trust your case to an inexperienced law firm. We will mount an aggressive defense to work toward reaching the best possible outcome for your situation.
We Can Help You Fight Illegal Firearm Possession Charges
If you are facing charges for gun possession or another crime involving firearms, get skilled legal counsel as soon as possible. A case that concerns your Second Amendment rights could require complicated arguments, but we know how to stand up to prosecutors. Contact our attorneys online or call 314-499-1282 for a free initial consultation.