If You Have Been Charged As An Alleged Felon In Possession
- Being a “felon in possession” of a firearm is its own crime. This is a new criminal offense.
- You may have violated terms of probation or parole, if applicable.
- Your criminal case may include weapons violations that go beyond being a felon in possession.
- You may face charges of alleged drug crimes, DUI or domestic violence that may be classified as aggravated because you had and/or used a deadly weapon.
- You may face other related noncriminal legal problems such as trouble over a child custody case.
- You may face other legal problems with this new charge.
- Request a retrial of your previous felony.
- Aggressively fight the current charges.
- Pursue all available opportunities for a favorable resolution of your case.
Let Us Explain How We Can HelpAfter you have been charged or arrested as an alleged felon in possession of a firearm in California, turn to our criminal law attorneys at The Law Offices of Glew & Kim. Call 714-713-4525 or email us to schedule a consultation.
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