There is no time to waste: Contact a weapon charge attorney in Seal Beach CA now
In the world we live in, it is no wonder that some people want access to firearms and other weapons for their own personal safety. Unfortunately, California’s laws regarding weapons and firearms are both strict and complicated. If you have been accused of breaking any of these laws then we urge you to contact a weapon charge attorney in Seal Beach CA. You can get a free legal consultation from Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre by calling 800-572-1252.
Attorney Aguirre is a weapon charge attorney in Seal Beach CA who can help with any weapons charge
There is a long list of weapons charges you may find yourself facing but Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre can help with them. Some of the most common charges include:
- Possession of an illegal weapon
- Felon with a firearm
- Carrying a concealed weapon
- Illegal weapon sales
Some weapons charges are always felonies but others are wobblers. This means that it is up to the District Attorney to decide if the charge should be a misdemeanor or a felony.
We can help you fight sentencing enhancements
Facing any of the above described charges is bad enough but unfortunately it can get worse. You could be facing a sentencing enhancement. For example, in the state of California, if you are caught committing a felony and using a gun while doing so, then the fact that you used a gun could result in a sentencing enhancement that adds as much as ten years to your prison sentence.
Yes, this is bad news but there is good news: There is a weapon charge attorney in Seal Beach CA who can help. Just contact Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre and let us take a look at your case. We will work to find a solution that reduces the long-term consequences for you. Reach out today at 800-572-1252 and let us get started.
Call a weapon charge attorney in Seal Beach CA even if you were caught with a weapon
Too often, a defendant will not even reach out to a weapon charge attorney in Seal Beach CA if they were caught with the weapon. The truth is that there is always a way out. It may involve having evidence excluded, or it may involve taking your case to court. In other cases, we may work to find the best possible plea agreement.
Regardless of the way in which we eventually move forward, the key is to have an attorney look at your case to ensure you are aware of all of your options. You can get a free consultation by simply Calling Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre at 800-572-1252 today.