Weapons Offense Lawyers in Florida

Weapon and Firearm Charges

There are numerous types of weapons offenses that a person may be accused of committing. In Florida, many of these have the potential to be charged as felonies and convictions may result in lengthy imprisonment as well as large fines. Theexperienced criminal defense lawyers at Musca Law are dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals throughout all of Florida who are facing any of a number of weapons charges, including:

  • Carrying a concealed firearm
  • Selling and delivering firearms
  • Illegal possession of a firearm
  • Manufacturing firearms or other weapons
  • Discharging a firearm in public
  • Brandishing a firearm
  • Improper exhibition of a firearm or weapon
  • Using a firearm while under the influence of alcohol/drugs
  • False bomb threats
  • Weapon of mass destruction offenses
  • Juvenile weapon offenses

Possession of a firearm is a serious offense, but the use of a deadly weapon in the commission of the crime can turn a misdemeanor into a felony and can result in the court imposing extremely harsh penalties if you are convicted. Even brandishing a firearm during the commission of another crime, such as robbery or burglary, may result in the offender facing enhanced penalties.

Contact a Weapon Charges Attorney

Contact a criminal attorney at Musca Law as soon as possible if you have been accused of or arrested for any type of weapon offense. Not only do we offer a free initial consultation but we also have the dedication and experience necessary to effectively represent your interest through the life of your case. Each state has different laws that involve the possession, sale, manufacturing and distribution of firearms and a number of other deadly weapons. Our attorneys thoroughly understand Florida’s state laws in this regard and can use that knowledge to better assist you.

Contact Musca Law today to talk to a lawyer about your weapon offense charges.

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