Ann Arbor Felony Firearm Possession
Violent Crime Attorneys Representing the Accused of Possessing a Gun While Committing a Crime in Ann Arbor, MI
While the constitution grants a person the right to bear arms, it is illegal to possess a firearm during the commission of a crime. While firearm possession crimes do occur, in many cases these accusations result from overzealous prosecution attempting to add on extra punishment to a crime or entice a defendant to cut a deal in a case lacking concrete evidence. Grabel & Associates knows how to fight back against false allegations of felony firearm possession in Ann Arbor, and our skilled violent crime attorneys will begin working with you as soon as you contact us so that you are fully protected throughout every stage of your case.
Our criminal defense firm in Ann Arbor is available 24/7 to begin working with you, and under the direction of trial lawyer Scott Grabel, who has over a decade of experience in Michigan law, we will develop an effective strategy that takes all the unique aspects of your case into account. With a potential conviction already on the line, the threat of additional penalties may seem daunting, and could be confusing especially if a firearm had nothing to do with the offense you allegedly committed. Rather than allowing police and prosecutors to confuse and threaten you, contact Grabel & Associates and show them you are prepared to fight back. Our lawyers will do whatever it takes to help you achieve the best possible case result, and for over 10 years we have worked in Ann Arbor courtrooms to help clients battle back in tough felony firearm cases.
Accused of Felony Firearm Possession in Michigan
If police believe you committed a crime and find that you were in possession of a firearm at any point during the commission of the alleged crime, you will face additional penalties for felony firearm possession. The gun related charges can arise in violent crime cases, drug crime cases, property crime cases, and more, and it is extremely important that you speak with a lawyer before you say anything to police about your firearm possession. Even if you believe you are helping your case, everything you say is at risk of being manipulated by police and warped to prove you are guilty of a crime. Our lawyers know exactly what you need to say and do to ensure you achieve the best possible case result, and are always available to consult with you no matter how far along in your case you are. Even if you have yet to be charged and are under investigation, get in touch with an Ann Arbor defense attorney. It is never too early to hire a lawyer, however many people miss out on the best available outcome because they obtain legal representation too late.
Even if you never held a gun during the alleged criminal action or if it wasn’t even on your person, felony firearm possession charges could still result. If you have a gun in your vehicle and drive to the scene of the alleged crime, or if you are arrested for an offense in your own home where you also keep a firearm, police could attempt to tack on extra punishment. Work with a lawyer and fight back against life-changing penalties and wrongful conviction.
Penalty for Illegal Firearm Possession in Michigan
If you are convicted of committing a crime while in possession of a firearm, you could have a minimum of 2 years added to your criminal sentence. To learn more about felony firearm possession and other gun possession charges in Ann Arbor, contact Grabel & Associates now.
We are dedicated to defending the rights of Michigan citizens and those who have been wrongly accused of crimes statewide, and will do whatever it takes to protect you from an excessive sentence in your case. Contact our firm immediately to begin working with a skilled and experienced attorney who knows what it takes to win in complex cases.
Our Approach to Felony Possession of a Firearm Charges
Our Ann Arbor criminal defense lawyers will fight to protect you through investigation and potential trial, and will continuously consult with you to ensure our comprehensive defense strategy lines up with your specific goals for your case. Contact us as soon as possible for a free consultation and let us help you understand the charges you are facing and what needs to be done to fight back against Michigan police and overzealous prosecuting attorneys.
Our proven results show just how effective our attorneys have been in tough cases statewide, and we know how to handle the judges, juries, and prosecutors you will face. Work with an established firm and ensure you are doing all you can to protect your future. Grabel & Associates is available now to join your fight for justice.
Contact Grabel & Associates for Ann Arbor Firearm Possession Defense
Our attorneys are available 24/7 to provide you with a free, no obligation consultation. Simply call 1-800-342-7896 now to be immediately connected to an experienced case analyst, or contact our firm online to set up a free case consultation with trial attorney Scott Grabel or another member of our qualified team. Don’t hesitate to contact an attorney; your freedom may depend on the actions you take early on in your case.