Orlando Firearm - Weapon Charge Criminal Defense Attorney / Lawyer
Orlando Firearm - Weapon Crime Defense Attorney - Lawyer, Providing Professional Firearm - Weapon Charge Criminal Defense Attorney legal services for Orlando, Sanford, Maitland, Longwood, Winter Park, Kissimmee, Orange County, and Central Florida.
Call 407.331.1775 to Speak with Orlando Firearm - Weapon Crime Defense Attorney / Lawyer, Craig A. Sonner.
In the State of Florida, firearm charges are serious crimes. It is illegal to conceal a firearm without a proper license, but if you have the proper permit you may carry a concealed firearm. However, even when you have a license, violating any restriction may result in you still facing legal obstacles, including criminal charges.
Being arrested with a firearm without the proper permit or license is a whole different situation. The ramifications of weapons charges under this condition is extremely serious; especially if you are arrested with firearm during the course of another crime.
Our Firm represents the legal rights of those who require experienced legal services relating crimes involving a firearm or deadly weapon, as well as criminal offenses which do not involve a firearm or deadly weapon including, but not limited to:
- Aggravated Assault;
- Aggravated Battery;
- Firearm Licensing Violations;
- Murder - Manslaughter;
- Improper Exhibition of a Firearm;
- Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm;
- Firearm Possession by a Convicted Felon;
- Armed Burglary;
- Armed Robbery;
- Armed Sexual Assault;
- Armed Trespass;
- Armed Kidnapping;
- Domestic Violence;
- Airport Arrests;
- Federal Firearm Crimes.
When certain felony crime charges include the use of a firearm it is important to know that the State of Florida has the 10-20-Life Statute (775.087) which mandates:
- A minimum 10 year prison term for certain felonies, or attempted felonies in which the offender possesses a firearm or destructive device;
- A minimum 20 year prison term when the firearm is discharged;
- A minimum 25 years to LIFE if someone is injured or killed;
- A minimum 3 year prison term for possession of a firearm by a felon;
- The minimum prison term is to be served consecutively to any other term of imprisonment imposed.
Protect your rights by seeking the legal advice and representation of an experienced Orlando Firearm - Weapon Crime Defense Attorney / Lawyer.
Contact Orlando Firearm - Weapon Charge Criminal Defense Attorney / Lawyer Craig A. Sonner at 407.331.1775 in the Orlando, Orange County, Seminole County, Osceola County, Volusia County, Brevard County, Lake County, and Central Florida Area.