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Gun crimes are among some of the most serious types of felony crimes in the criminal code. They generally carry mandatory prison time; usually between 5 and 15 years for those who are convicted. A person could be convicted of this dangerous felony even without causing a physical injury or engaging in any touching at all. Simply intending to scare a person with a firearm such as a pistol or a rifle without legal justification is often charged as an aggravated assault when the victim is indeed scared by the act. It is for this reason that brandishing a firearm must always be carefully considered and should be reserved for rare occasions when the threat of unlawful deadly force is imminent.

Firearms crimes can include:

  • Drive-by shootings
  • Disorderly Conduct with a firearm
  • Unlawful discharge
  • Endangerment with a firearm
  • Misconduct with weapons
  • Straw Purchase of a firearm
  • Prohibited Possession
  • Deadly physical force
  • Self Defense
  • Defensive display of a firearm
  • Mistake of fact (Shooting someone by mistake)
  • Illegal Manufacture of a firearm
  • Illegal Transfer of a Firearm
  • NFA (National Firearms) Violations
  • Accidental discharge of a firearm

If you are facing a gun charge, you should consult with a criminal defense attorney who is aware of the various strategies used by state and federal governments in the prosecution of weapons charges. The attorneys at the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm will provide you with an aggressive yet compassionate defense and will fight for a positive outcome in your case.

Our attorneys have decades of experience defending people charged with firearms offenses. If you have a felony arrest or conviction for a gun crime, contact the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm or call our Arizona office at 480-755-7110 or Hawai’i office at 808-647-2423 and schedule a Strategy Session with one of our experienced gun crimes attorneys.

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