Charlotte Weapons Charge Lawyer
Staunch Defense from a Charlotte Assault Crimes Lawyer
Weapons charges, depending on the exact charge, can range in penalties
from fines to felonies. In this state, possession and use of concealed
weapons, including guns and explosives are regulated. If you have been
arrested or charged with a weapons charge, you need to act fast to make
sure your rights are not violated. DeCurtins Law Office knows how the
state will try to build their case against you.
Let a skilled Charlotte assault defense lawyer counteract their strategy
with a bold defense. Get your
free consultation today!
Types of Cases We Handle
DeCurtins Law Office handles all types of assault and weapons charges,
- Carrying a concealed weapon
- Assault by pointing a gun
- Possession of a firearm by a felon
Carrying a Concealed Weapon
Carrying a concealed weapon or firearm without a license is punishable
by a fine in the state. If however, you are intoxicated while the offense
occurred, or you were carrying another weapon on your person, both jail
time and fines can be assigned.
In North Carolina, the following are considered to be classified as weapons:
- Bowie knife
- Metal knuckles
- Stun gun
No matter the weapons offense or the weapon in question, contact a skilled
Charlotte assault lawyer today. Many times gray areas or misunderstandings occur, and the firm
can fully explore all options.
Assault by Pointing a Gun
weapons charge of assault by pointing a gun is sometimes confusing to clients. If you had no mal-intent
and didn't use the gun, most people think that simply pointing a gun
is not a crime. This is incorrect. If the victim has a reasonable belief
they could be in harm as a result of seeing the gun, then under NC law,
they have been assaulted. This is a Class A1 misdemeanor charge. The Charlotte
assault defense lawyer at DeCurtins Law Office can help sort through the
facts to prove your intent and fight the charges.
Call (704) 313-1131 or (704) 508-9131 if it is after hours to reach a skilled attorney.
Possession of Firearm by a Felon
In North Carolina, people convicted of felonies are not allowed to possess
a firearm, bombs, or other weapons of mass destruction. This ban does
not apply to those people who have been pardoned, have had their rights
restored, or those felons whose convictions were the result of antitrust
violations, or unfair trade practices. If you are a convicted felon and
have been charged with possession of a firearm, you need to retain sound
legal counsel right away. A weapons charge of possession of a firearm
is a Class G felony.
Contact DeCurtins Law Office Now!
The assault defense attorney at DeCurtins Law Office can clearly explain
to you all likely options that can occur so there are no surprises. As
a Charlotte criminal defense lawyer, he can work within the guidelines
of the system to provide the best defense possible against your weapons
charges. At DeCurtins Law, the veteran assault defense attorney is on
standby to fight for your rights. He serves clients with weapons charges
in Charlotte, Monroe, and Gastonia.
The time is now.
Contact a skilled assault defense lawyer for the help that you need.