OKLAHOMA CITY LAWYERS FIGHT FOR CLIENTS
CHARGED WITH FIREARMS VIOLATIONS
The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution grants you the right to bear arms, but it does not always guarantee you that right. When convicted of a felony or while on felony probation for something less than a conviction, you lose the right to possess a firearm. Even some misdemeanor convictions can prevent you from lawfully carrying or possessing a firearm. A protective order (VPO) against you can prevent you from carrying or possessing a firearm. Additionally, some Oklahoma laws restrict where you can carry firearms within the state. There are also laws that restrict the sale, purchase, and transfer of firearms and ammunition. Convictions for violating these laws can result in significant time behind bars and substantial fines.
Cincotta Law Office is here to help you stand up for yourself and make certain the law does not tread on your right to bear arms and own or carry a gun.
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TYPES OF FIREARMS VIOLATIONS AND CHARGES
Oklahoma has an extensive list of weapons charges based on how someone uses, possesses, acquires, or transfers a firearm. Some violations are misdemeanors, and others are felonies.
Examples of firearms charges in Oklahoma include:
Possession of a Firearm by Convicted Felon
Possession of a Firearm while on Supervised Probation
Altering or Removing Identifying Marks on a Firearm.
Felony and Misdemeanor Pointing a Firearm.
Felony Discharging a Firearm.
Engage in Reckless Conduct with a Firearm
Possession or Use of Restricted Bullets.
Selling, Transferring or Giving a Firearm to a Convicted Felon
Carry a Firearm while Under the Influence.
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LAWYER FOR A FREE CONSULTATION
When the prosecution is seeking a firearms conviction against you, protect yourself and your gun ownership rights by contacting the Cincotta Law Office. Armed with real experience and insight, we will stand by your side and fight for you in and out of court as well. We offer free initial consultations at our Oklahoma City office, located near Quail Springs Mall. To discuss your situation with an experienced firearms attorney, please contact David A. Cincotta.