If You've Been Arrested for Weapons or Firearms in California, the Next Move You Make is Crucial.
The gun laws in California are extremely complex, encompassing hundreds of distinct code sections, some of which carry the potential for severe penalties. In California it is unlawful to carry a concealed weapon on your person or in a vehicle without a license.
Carrying a concealed firearm can be punished by a misdemeanor or felony and are prosecuted severely by law enforcement, as well as the district attorney's office.
There are several defenses and justifications for carrying and concealing a firearm. For example, a person is justified in carrying a concealed weapon when that person reasonably believes the he or she is in grave danger because of circumstances forming the basis of, for example, a current restraining order. Additionally, a person may keep a concealed weapon at his or her home, business, or on other private property.
To avoid serious, life-tarnishing consequences resulting from a conviction, it is CRUCIAL to have an experienced and knowledge criminal defense attorney who will build you a strong defense and defend your rights.
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If you are facing carrying concealed weapons charges in Los Angeles, the prosecution is already building their case against you, so don't waste ANY time. And don't say anything to police or detectives about your case, as that can be used against you in the court of law.
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