Gun Charges in Indianapolis
Protect Your Constitutional Rights
Indiana's state constitution states "The people shall have a right
to bear arms, for the defense of themselves and the State." As of
2013, it is estimated that more than 1.4 million Indiana residents hold
a handgun license. While owning a handgun can make individuals feel safe,
it can also land them into some legal trouble. If you are a gun owner
who is facing charges for illegally carrying a gun, you need to take the
steps necessary to protect your constitutional rights.
A Closer Look at Indiana's Gun Laws
Although having a permit is not required to purchase a rifle, shotgun,
or handgun, a license is required to carry a handgun, either openly or
concealed. In order to obtain a concealed weapons license, a person must
meet certain requirements. For example, individuals who have been convicted
with a felony or a misdemeanor, minors, and non-U.S. citizens are not
allowed to be in possession of a gun. If you are convicted of gun charges,
you could be penalized with a hefty jail or prison sentence and up to
$10,000 in fines. Don't let this happen to you.
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- We have extensive litigation skills to protect your interests in court.
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We are led by a lawyer who was selected for inclusion in the 2014
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- We are licensed to practice in all Indiana courts.
Protect Your Constitutional Rights! Contact Our Indianapolis Defense Lawyers
With more than a decade of experience, our law firm is the kind of firm
you need at your side as you seek to defend yourself from gun charges.
Our skilled team of trial lawyers can help challenge any evidence presented
against you and work relentlessly to protect your gun rights and interests.
We are not afraid to go to court when it will be beneficial to our clients.
When you hire us to handle your
criminal case, you can rest assured in knowing that it is in good hands.
No matter how minor or serious your case may seem, we will do everything
possible to help you walk away with the most positive case outcome possible.
Please do not hesitate to
contact us as soon as possible to obtain the careful legal guidance you need. Have
more questions about gun charges?
We offer all our potential clients a free case evaluation, in person or over the phone to gain a better understanding of how we
can help. Call us today at (317) 565-2221.