In Central Florida, an arrest on weapons charges calls for the best defense you can find. Police and prosecutors are under tremendous pressure to appear tough on crime, especially gun crime. Any allegation of illegal possession or use of a gun will almost certainly be met with an aggressive prosecution. You need an aggressive defense.
At The Bigney Law Firm in Orlando, you will find a team of experienced and dedicated defense attorneys who will use nearly 30 years of combined experience and a determination to win in your case. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Aggressive Defense Against Weapons Charges in Central Florida
The Bigney Law Firm works diligently to defend your rights and your freedom against serious criminal weapons charges such as:
Illegal Possession of a Firearm
Possession of a Firearm by Convicted Felon
Carrying a Concealed Firearm
Carrying a Concealed Weapon
Your first consultation with our legal team is always free. We will evaluate your case and explain the law as it applies in your case so that you can make an informed decision as to how to proceed. Team members are available to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Se habla español.
Florida's 10-20-Life Law
Are you aware of the severe sanctions you may be facing if you are convicted or plead guilty to a weapons charge in Florida? Under the 10-20-Life law, you could be looking at 10 years imprisonment for illegal possession of a gun, 20 years for firing a weapon and potential life in prison if you are accused of shooting another person, even accidentally. If you are pulled over in a traffic stop and found to be in unlawful possession of a firearm, even an unloaded one, you could be facing years in prison.
Contact our Office Today
With the stakes this high, doesn't it make sense to get an experienced and highly aggressive defense? Don't let overzealous police and prosecutors take away your rights and your freedom. At The Bigney Law Firm, every case receives the full attention of a team of experienced criminal defense lawyers. Call us now at 866-935-5564 or contact us by e-mail for a prompt response to your questions or to request a free initial consultation.
The blog content should not be construed as legal advice.