In Your Defense When Charged With A Weapons Violation
- Carrying a concealed weapon without a license.
- Transporting a weapon improperly (not unloaded and in a locked container) in a motor vehicle.
- Possessing or bringing a firearm onto the grounds of a public school, including public colleges and universities.
- Possessing or bringing a firearm into a courtroom or other government building.
- Firing or shooting an object into an occupied building.
- Unlawful sale of firearms.
- Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
- Possessing a firearm after you have been convicted of a felony.
This is a partial list and describes offenses in general terms only. Local, state and federal laws specify many specific exemptions that may apply in your weapons violation case. For general information, see the publication, “California Firearms Laws Summary 2016,” issued by the office of the attorney general of California. For customized legal counsel applicable to your unique situation, discuss your case with an attorney.
At The Law Offices of Glew & Kim, we believe in your constitutional rights, including the right to an assumption of innocence until you are proven guilty. We will gladly advise you of your rights whether you have been formally charged or not.
Protect Your Rights And Your Freedom In The Face Of Weapons Charges
If you have been arrested, we are prepared to take action immediately once you retain our services. Learn how we can help. Initial consultations are free. Call 714-713-4525 or send an email inquiry to schedule a consultation with a lawyer from our Santa Ana law offices.