The Defense You Need Against Firearm Charges

Many law abiding citizens find themselves facing firearms charges, not because they intended to break any laws but because they misunderstood or were unaware of certain gun laws. People may not have had a permit when they should have. People may have been doing something that their permit did not actually allow.

If you have been accused of illegal gun possession or some other firearms charge, it is important that you choose a lawyer who has a thorough understanding of gun permits and gun laws. At Marrs & Terry, PLLC, you will actually find lawyers who have permits to carry a concealed weapon and who understand gun use and gun laws. Contact our law firm online or call 734-663-0555 to benefit from the decade of experience we offer.

We Protect Your Rights When Facing Gun Possession Charges

Hunting firearms, rifles and shotguns, do not have to be registered. Pistols and semi-automatic weapons are among those that do need to be registered. Being caught in possession of an improperly registered weapon is a serious offense.

In addition to registration, if the weapon is going to be carried in a concealed manner, a person must obtain a concealed pistol license (CPL). Failure to do so also leads to charges.

Convicted felons lose their rights to carry firearms of all types. A convicted felon caught in possession of a firearm faces serious charges. We can defend against all possession charges.

Confront Gun Sale Charges With Our Experienced Counsel

In order to sell firearms in Michigan, a federal firearms license is necessary. These licenses allow sales at gun shows and elsewhere. Although laws are lenient toward the transfer of hunting firearms, they are much more severe with pistols and semi-automatic weapons. Being caught selling these weapons in an unauthorized manner can lead to serious charges. Our experienced lawyers can defend against illegal gun sale charges.

There Is No Time To Waste. Contact Us To Fight These Charges.

For more information about how we can defend you against accusations of firearms crimes, contact us online or call 734-663-0555 to discuss your situation with our experienced Ann Arbor and Wayne County firearms charges attorneys.