Have you been charged with a weapons-related crime in Florida? According to state law, all handguns must be properly licensed and registered. If your handgun is not registered, it is considered an illegal weapon. If you are found with an illegal weapon near you or your property, law enforcement can legally make an arrest and charge you with a crime.
If you have been previously charged with and convicted of a crime or have committed a weapons offense during the commission of another crime, you could be facing even more devastating and life-altering consequences if convicted. With our knowledge of the law, our clients can be confident that we will fight for the best possible outcome and will defend your rights, your freedom, and your best interests.
With so much at stake, there is no reason to wait to contact our experienced Gainesville criminal defense lawyers from our firm. We are knowledgeable of weapons crimes laws in Florida and have more than four decades of combined experience defending our clients' rights in the courtroom.