Detroit Felony Firearm Attorney

If you are accused of a crime, you may not fully realize all the legal issues involved right away, and it is critical that you contact an experienced defense lawyer as soon as possible so that you can ensure you are fully protected throughout the criminal justice process. If you have been accused of committed a crime and are in possession of a firearm during the alleged commission of the crime, you could face additional felony charges for possession of a firearm. Even if you legally were allowed to carry a gun, having a firearm on your person or otherwise in your possession when you commit a crime is illegal, and could lead to additional punishment unless you are able to successfully fight back. Contact Grabel & Associates now and find out more about aggressive criminal defense in Detroit felony firearm cases, and let us provide you with a free initial case consultation during which we can outline exactly how our team can help you throughout your legal battle.

Accused of Possessing a Gun While Committing a Crime in Detroit

Attorney Scott Grabel has over 10 years of Michigan defense experience, and in working with countless clients facing a variety of charges, he has developed the ability to consistently obtain the best possible case outcome in even the most difficult situations. Our nationally ranked lawyers know what it takes to defeat felony firearm charges and avoid enhanced sentences or wrongful conviction, and can help you understand how to effectively protect your rights and fight for your freedom throughout investigation and potential trial. As police and prosecutors are aggressively investigating and working to swiftly convict and punish you, our team will fight to protect you from the false accusations you may be facing. Contact our team now and speak with a lawyer about your unique legal situation, we are available 24/7 to begin working with you.

What is Felony Firearm Possession?

According to Michigan law, it is illegal to possess a firearm during the commission of a felony crime. While people usually understand that robbery, assault, or violent crimes involving a firearm can lead to additional problems, the same can be true in drug crime cases, property crime cases, and almost any other criminal case. Even if the gun has nothing to do with the crime committed, overzealous police and prosecutors may attempt to catch you off guard with the charges and thereby add additional time to your sentence or pressure you to accept a plea bargain. Always speak with a lawyer as soon as you can if you are accused of felony firearm, or if you are accused of another crime and believe you could be at risk of facing felony firearm charges.

Criminal Penalties for Felony Firearm in Detroit

If you are convicted of Detroit felony firearm possession, you could face up to two years of mandatory prison time added onto your sentence. If this is not your first offense, you could face up to five years, or even as much as ten years if you have two prior convictions.

In order to be convicted, the gun does not even have to be on your person. If police raid your home in connection with a drug charge or other criminal charge, and find a firearm inside, you could be convicted of felony firearm charges. Likewise, if you are accused of selling marijuana and have a gun in your car at the time of the alleged action, you could face additional prison time for felony firearm. Never speak to police before you are able to consult with an attorney, as everything you say or do could be twisted and used against you to secure a conviction.

Our Approach to Possession of a Firearm During Commission of a Felony in MI

Because our lawyers have worked in so many Detroit criminal cases, we know the tactics that police and prosecutors use to try to scare you into taking a bad plea deal or to secure a conviction for an accusation backed by weak evidence, and we are here to help anyone faced with the threat of additional penalties for felony firearm possession. Our team is committed to providing individualized defense tailored to your specific case, and we will make sure you understand every available action and potential result in your case so that you are able to fully control your case. Our proven results demonstrate the skill of our highly respected attorneys, and we are available 24/7 to begin applying our proven strategies to your case.

Contact Scott Grabel – Detroit Felony Crime Defense Lawyer

Speak to some of Michigan’s top criminal defense lawyers right now, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online for a free initial, no obligation consultation. We are always available to begin working with you and will aggressively defend you throughout every stage of your case.