Misconduct Involving Weapons in Mesa, AZ
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 Law Firm 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.
If you are a convicted felon who was charged with possessing a fire arm, go to our dedicated page for Felon in Possession of a Firearm.
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