The Defense For A Weapons Crime Cannot Wait

The punishments for theft, robbery or any other criminal offense are intimidating enough as it is, but when a weapon is involved, the situation escalates. Consequences can range from a misdemeanor to a felony. These cases are costly and may lead to long-term imprisonment. If you have been accused of a crime linked to a weapon, contact an attorney without delay.

At Shults Law Office, we advocate for our clients without judgment. When you are going up against the prosecution, the last thing you want to worry about is if your attorney is truly on your side. What you need is trustworthy counsel, and the kind of committed defense that our attorney has to offer.

Please reach out to us at 865-280-1084 today to discuss your options.

What Is Considered A Weapons Crime?

Any criminal offense that is committed where a weapon is involved is considered a serious weapons crime. Even a crime in which a weapon was not used, but later discovered on the body of the accused, will face the same consequences as offenses in which a weapon did play a significant role.

Examples of this can include, but are not limited to the following circumstances:

  • Carrying weapons onto a school property
  • Carrying and concealing a prohibited weapon
  • Unlawfully transporting weapons
  • Unlawfully carrying or possessing a weapon
  • Unlawfully selling, loaning or gifting a weapon
  • Possessing a handgun while under the influence
  • Possessing a weapon while committing a crime

I've Been Charged With A Weapons Crime. Now What?

The first thing you should do is contact us at our Sevierville office to start building your defense. We offer reliable legal counsel from a lawyer experienced in Tennessee law. Let us work with you to assess your situation and mitigate damages, if necessary.

Ask us how the legal service we provide can benefit you and your case. Make an appointment for a free consultation with us today. You can schedule a time that works for you by using our online intake form or calling 865-280-1084.

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