Aggressively Defending Weapons Charges
Most weapons charges carrying the prospect of some jail time and expensive fines. Additionally, depending on your criminal history, conviction on a weapons charge may result in your being prohibited from owning a gun in the future.
Weapons Charges — State and Federal
The Shapiro Law Firm counsels and represents clients charged with the following kinds of weapons violations:
- Sawed off shotgun
- Illegal weapons sales
- Possessing explosives
- Carrying brass knuckles
- Possession of a switch blade
- Unlawfully carrying a weapon (UCW)
- Possessing a firearm as a convicted felon
- Modification of a semi-automatic to an automatic weapon
- Carrying a concealed weapon in an airport or other public place
At the Shapiro Law Firm, we evaluate our client’s case in order to determine the most effective means for helping them avoid the worst possible outcome. We also investigate the charges against our client, especially in cases where police make a car stop and then claim probable cause justified a search of your car. When improper police conduct is involved, our office has been successful in having the evidence against our client thrown out in court and the charges against them dismissed.
Even if you were carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, don’t assume there is nothing you can do. Protect yourself and be informed — call the criminal defense attorneys of the Shapiro Law Firm at 972-468-0716.
Presenting Your Case to the Court
When the evidence against you is not in question, it’s best to cooperate with authorities in the hopes of reducing the charges or sentence against you. With over 40 years of experience in dealing with our criminal court system, our criminal defense attorneys understand how prosecutors and judges view different kinds of illegal weapons cases, what they’re likely to do if you have a criminal record and what needs to be done to convince them to consider reducing the charges against you.
Talk to an Experienced Plano Weapons Charges Lawyer
Getting an attorney involved early on in a weapons case can make a big difference later on, especially where the illegal sale or purchase of weapons is involved. Contact our office at 972-468-0716 and schedule a consultation.