Unlawful Possession Of A Firearm In Michigan

I am attorney David G. Moore, a criminal lawyer who has practiced in criminal law for more than 10 years. I have handled thousands of cases involving criminal matters such as firearms possession cases. Before opening my law practice, I served as an assistant district attorney. I can advise clients with a clear understanding of both sides of a criminal case. I know how to communicate effectively with prosecutors. I know what defendants need to be aware of in order to protect their clean records if at all possible.

Defending Against All Types of Weapon Possession Charges

Weapons-related criminal charges often have to do with questions of possession. People are sometimes arrested for offenses such as:

  • Carrying a concealed pistol without a license
  • Carrying a concealed pistol while under the influence of alcohol
  • Discharge of a gun inside a building where weapons are prohibited
  • Reckless discharge of a weapon, such as in a crowded place
  • Possession of a weapon in an area that the governor has designated as under a state of emergency
  • Being considered a felon in possession of a firearm because of a previous felony conviction

Unlawful possession of a firearm for any reason is a serious criminal matter once you have been arrested. A conviction could make it impossible for you to legally own guns in the future. A weapons-related criminal conviction could also harm your future in all the same ways that any criminal conviction can. A criminal record may prevent you from following certain careers, for example.

Contact a Criminal Defense Lawyer Serving Kalamazoo And Portage

You can count on me, an experienced criminal lawyer, to provide you with skilled, aggressive and knowledgeable criminal defense in the face of a gun possession-related arrest. Call my Portage office at 269-216-4573 to arrange for a free, confidential, one-on-one consultation about fighting these charges and protecting your future, or contact me online and I will respond quickly.