Offenses Related to Firearm Possession
There are also several other criminal offenses related to firearm possession, including:
- possession of a firearm by a felon
- brandishing a firearm (i.e., showing it or waving it about)
- negligent discharge of a firearm
- unlawful sale of a firearm
- possession of illegal weapons other than firearms
Defenses to Firearms Possession Charges
In some cases, the charge of possession can be dismissed if the defense criminal lawyer can show that the police stop or search was performed improperly. In other cases, it may be possible to get the charge reduced or dismissed based on the accused's lack of knowledge about how a firearm is legally transported from one location to another.
A firearm possession conviction can result in a large fine, and/or a prison or jail sentence, and/or the loss of your right to ever legally possess a firearm again. This criminal conviction (as with all other crimes) can affect your life in numerous ways, such as when you apply for employment, a place to live, or a professional license.
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