Felony Firearm Possession in Clinton Township
In the state of Michigan, the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition is regulated. In some cases, a permit is required to purchase handguns, and gun registration may be required as well. Open and concealed carry permits, and other regulations also exist in many cases. When you have been accused of a firearm related crime, there could be many statutes pertaining to your unique case. It is critical to contact a Clinton Township violent crimes lawyer who has experience working in cases involving firearm sale, possession, and use. Grabel & Associates is available now to begin working with clients statewide, and we have the skill and experience necessary to protect you as you battle for a great case result.
If you have a criminal record, it may be illegal for you to exercise your right to bear arms. Our attorneys will walk you through the steps you need to take to avoid firearm crime conviction, and are committed to doing whatever it takes to fight back against felony firearm or gun law charges.
Under the direction of experienced trial lawyer Scott Grabel, our attorneys will work to present your defense in an aggressive and effective way, and our vast experience in misdemeanor and felony cases gives us an insider perspective on the strategies that were most effective in cases just like yours.
Contact Grabel & Associates in Clinton now if you have been accused of a concealed carry violation, illegal firearm possession, or felon in possession of a firearm charges. Our team of defense attorneys is available 24/7 to begin fighting for your freedom.
Michigan Gun Laws
In the state of Michigan, there are a few restrictions on gun ownership, sale, and use. For example, under 28.425b, a permit is required to purchase a handgun, and registration is also required for handguns. Long guns are exempt from these requirements. While open carry is permitted for both, carry permits are required for handguns. Federally regulated long guns are restricted, which can include short barreled rifles and some automatic weapons. Even if you believe you haven’t done anything wrong, it is critical to consult with an attorney who has experience working with Michigan gun regulations and the charges that can result from a gun crime offense.
At Grabel & Associates we are committed to protecting your constitutional rights and are dedicated to doing whatever we can to protect your freedom after wrongful accusations or excessively harsh charges and potential sentencing. Contact our firm now for a free initial case consultation and let us begin fighting with you for an exceptional case result.
Felony Firearm Possession
If you have been convicted of a felony, you are no longer allowed to possess a firearm. If you are caught with a firearm or ammunition, and you either have a felony record or awaiting trial for a felony charge, you can face a felony charge. In addition to whatever penalties you may be serving for a felony conviction, you will face up to 5 years in prison, and a fine of up to $5,000. With both state and federal gun crime charges possible, it is critical to get in touch with an attorney early on in your case. Our firm is ready to begin fighting with you as you battle back against felony conviction and possible penalties.
Our Approach to Gun Crime Defense in Clinton Michigan
With such a hot-button issue, you don’t want to leave your future in the hands of a judge or jury. With our aggressive attorneys on your side, you can be confident that you are completely protected as you work through the complex legal issues involved in a firearm case. Our Clinton attorneys will help you utilize your rights to your advantage and will not rest until everything possible has been done to assist you as you battle back against felony gun crime conviction resulting from state or federal charges. Contact our 24/7 hotline for a free initial case consultation and find out more about our approach to Clinton felony firearm possession and other gun crime charges in Michigan.
Contact Grabel & Associates for 24/7 Defense in Clinton Township
Speak with a member of our defense team now by calling 1-800-342-7896. You can also contact our firm online for a free initial case analysis, and a member of our team will get in touch with you right away. We are available now to begin fighting with you.