Firearm and weapons convictions can have serious consequences for an individual, even if they had no intention of committing a crime. The statute defines the manner in which firearms are to be transported in motor vehicles.
The consequences for weapons charges can include fines and possible jail or prison time for the offender. In most cases if there is any type of conviction, a condition of the conviction is the confiscation and destruction of the weapon.
If you’ve been charged with a firearm or weapons offense, you need an attorney to help you better understand your rights.
Robert M. Dumes is a skilled criminal defense attorney who will listen to your case and educate you on your rights and the ramifications of a conviction.