The Second Amendment gives Americans the right to bear arms, but there are Georgia laws that govern how and where those firearms can be used. These laws can be quite complicated, and charges relating to firearm offenses can carry stiff fines and penalties for those convicted of a gun-related crime. Depending on the circumstances of your case, these penalties can include years in prison, enhanced sentences on related charges and mandatory minimum sentences.
There are a wide range of laws on both the state and federal levels that govern the possession and use of firearms. There are many potential complications and legal intricacies surrounding Georgia firearms offenses. An attorney who understands the inner workings of the Georgia criminal justice system and the legal possession, use and ownership of a firearm are your best and most reliable line of defense against such charges. We are committed to protecting the legal rights and interests of each and every one of our clients. We firmly maintain that they’re innocent until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt in a court of law.
From carrying a weapon in an unauthorized location to unlawful possession of a firearm or weapon or firearm possession by a felon, there are a wide range of gun-related offenses in the state of Georgia that a person could be charged with under a variety of circumstances. Because there are so many potential charges you could face regarding the use and possession of a firearm, it’s not always easy to understand the deeper implications of conviction.
Whether you’re being investigated for or have been charged with an offense, we’re here to help.
Call us at 678.324-8511;
E-mail us at Info@LawrenceLegal.Law; or
Click here to schedule a consultation.