Reach out now for a free consultation with a weapon charge attorney in Carson CA
It is not hard to understand why Californians want access to weapons: They want to protect themselves, their families, and their property. The reality though is that there are many laws in California that prevent the legal ownership or use of weapons and firearms. These laws can be complex and they can be hard to understand. If you have been accused of any type of weapons charge then you need a weapon charge attorney in Carson CA. Call Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre at 800-572-1252 for a free legal consultation.
Reach out to a weapon charge attorney in Carson CA who can help with any weapons charge
There are dozens of weapons charges on the books and you need a lawyer who understands all of them. That lawyer is Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre. We have worked on cases involving the most common charges, such as illegal weapon sales, possession of an illegal weapon, felon with a firearm, and carrying a concealed weapon, but we have dealt with even the most complex cases too. Whether the charge against you is a felony or misdemeanor, you will be in good hands when you contact us at 800-572-1252 for a free legal consultation.
Using a gun can increase your prison term by a decade
If you have been accused of any of the crimes we have discussed in the paragraph above, then you are likely already worried about your future. The bad news is that it can actually get worse. If you are accused of having committed another felony crime and using a gun in connection with it, then you could be looking at a sentencing enhancement of as much as a decade.
The good news is that attorney Aguirre is the right weapon charge attorney in Carson CA to help with any and all weapons charges. Our goal is always to reduce the impact on you and we will fight aggressively to protect your rights.
Yes, you need a weapon charge attorney in Carson CA even if you were caught red-handed
Do not fall into the trap of assuming that if you were caught red-handed you do not have any options. The truth is that there may be defense options you are not aware of. One example is a situation in which the police find a weapon on you, in your home, or in your vehicle, but the weapon was not yours. Or perhaps they search in which they found the weapon was not legally carried out, which would make the evidence inadmissible.
In other situations, you may need a weapon charge attorney in Carson CA to help you negotiate the best possible plea deal with the prosecution. If you plead guilty on your own, it is extremely unlikely you will get a charge or sentence that is as lenient as the one you’d get when working with an attorney. Contact Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre at 800-572-1252 now for your free consultation.