Possession of a Concealed Weapon
Weapons charges are usually serious in nature. While simple possession
or possession of a concealed weapon may be considered lesser charges,
they can still result in mandatory jail time. The use or possession of
a deadly weapon in the commission of a crime will result in more severe
penalties and most likely felony charges.
A deadly weapon isn’t always a firearm. Deadly instruments refer
merely to any weapon that can be used in a manner to cause serious injury
or death. This includes knives, baseball bats, crow bars or even a fist.
State and federal weapons laws are complex. Therefore, you need a knowledgeable
and experienced lawyer on your side. Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense
Attorneys will look into constitutional issues and do a thorough investigation
on your case.
Being in possession of a firearm while your right to possess a firearm
has been restricted (usually due to a felony conviction) can also result
in a charge of misconduct involving weapons, which is a Class 4 Felony.
If you have been charged with this serious crime, contact us today to
get started on your defense.
Talk to a Mesa Weapon Crime Lawyer
When you hire Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys, you work
directly with Charlie Naegle, an experienced advocate. For your convenience,
you may also use our
consultation request form and we will contact you as soon as possible.
Contact our office today!