Appleton Firearm Offenses Lawyer
The Appleton firearm offense lawyers of Hart Powell, S.C. have been aggressively defending our clients for many years. Our talented attorneys have gained a thorough understanding of the legal issues involved in firearm offense charges thanks to our extensive experience representing clients facing these types of charges. Not only do we understand the legal issues, but we realize the dramatic affect that a conviction could have on your reputation, family, and career opportunities in the future. Firearm offenses often carry harsh consequences, including jail time and hefty fines. In some cases, firearm offenses may result from confusion. The various state laws concerning firearms are not always easy to understand and even the smallest mistake could lead to jail time.
According to state law, the following activities are punishable firearm offenses:
- Carrying a concealed weapon
- Carrying a weapon in public
- Unlawful sale of a firearm
- Unlawful discharge
- Possession of a firearm in a public building
- Transportation of a loaded firearm in a vehicle (automobile, boat, aircraft, etc.)
- Felon in possession of a firearm
If you have been charged with a firearm offense, it is in your best interest to contact an attorney immediately. Although you may be tempted to speak out in your defense, remember that anything that you say can be used against you in a court of law. Speaking to authorities without the guidance of an attorney could lead you to unknowingly incriminate yourself. The Fifth Amendment of the Constitution protects your right to remain silent and we encourage you to take advantage of this right should you face any kind of questioning.
The Appleton firearm offense lawyers of Hart Powell, S.C. understand that knowledge is a key factor in a successful defense strategy. We will gather any piece of information needed to provide you with the highest quality legal representation available. The criminal defense attorneys of Hart Powell, S.C. have an in-depth understanding of the tactics used by state prosecutors and will work to aggressively challenge their claims. Contact the Appleton firearm offense lawyers for more information on our superior legal services by calling (414) 271-9595.