Attorney Providing Aggressive Defense Of Weapons Charges
The state of California takes a serious stance when dealing with weapons offenses. Individuals face jail time, probation, community service and serious fines if convicted of a crime. It is wise to seek the counsel of a skilled Modesto weapons offense lawyer who can defend you and protect your rights.
At the law firm of Robert D. Chase, our founding attorney has more than 40 years of experience handling a wide range of criminal defense matters. Mr. Chase understands the severity of the consequences you face and will aggressively defend you through all stages of the legal process, from negotiating a lesser charge with the prosecutor to presenting your case in court. No matter the type of weapon or the constitutional issues involved, count on diligent defense.
Charged With Possession Of A Firearm As A Convicted Felon?
In any weapons offense, numerous factors must be considered, including:
- Do you have a prior offense on your record?
- Was the weapon used in the commission of a crime such as burglary?
- Were you in possession of an illegal firearm?
- Was the weapon used in an assault?
- Does the charge involve the purchase or sale of an illegal firearm?
Many people equate the term weapon with a gun, but the definition is more far-reaching than that. Weapons can include guns, knives, brass knuckles or any other object used with the intent to cause bodily harm.
Additionally, your attorney must keep you apprised of the possible penalties. The distinction between felony and misdemeanor charges can have a dramatic impact on your future. Do not hesitate to contact our office if you have been arrested or charged with a gun crime.
At our defense law firm, we aim to help our clients avoid or reduce the serious consequences of criminal charges such as weapons violation allegations. We are honest with clients about their likely case outcomes and do all that we can to protect their rights.
A Skilled Defense Lawyer With Over 40 Years Of Experience Welcomes Your Inquiry
From our law offices two blocks from the Stanislaus County Courthouse, we handle clients’ legal matters efficiently without delays.
To schedule a meeting with Mr. Chase about your gun crime charges, please contact us at 209-409-3058 or by email.