Need a gun lawyer for your defense? Pravati can help
The current climate makes it a difficult time to be a gun owner. Gun owners, as well as other weapons owners, are under increased scrutiny as violence in the U.S. soars and people become more frightened. Unfortunately, along with fear comes an increase in the number of people accused of a weapons crime—many of whom aren’t at all guilty.
WEAPON OFFENSES & CRIMES
Weapons crimes, also known as weapons offenses, refer to violations of statutes or regulations designed to control deadly weapons use. Some of the weapons that are considered to be deadly are:
2. Firearms and any ammunition that goes with them
4. Certain knives
In 1993, around 2 percent of all U.S. arrests were related to weapons crimes. This includes a broad potential range of accusations, including:
- Trafficking or selling them
Lawyer Referral For Weapons Crime Lawsuits
If you’ve been accused of a weapons crime, it’s important that you secure legal representation that can help ensure you are defended against an overly long or harsh sentence. According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, in 2015 almost 17 percent of inmates were in jail on a weapons crime offense. This is not unexpected—we know from research in 1992 that 40 percent of those convicted of weapons crimes that year were actually sentenced to time in prison. When you’re faced with a charge of weapons crimes, you’re facing an uphill battle—but Pravati Networks can help. We can match you to an experienced gun lawyer who understands the intricacies of the system and can help you get a fair sentence or dismissal if questions of reasonable doubt exist. Our gun lawyers are ready to fight for your rights all the way into the courtroom. They work with a small retainer fee that helps them invest hours into researching your case and representing you in court.
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SCENARIOS SURROUNDING A WEAPONS CRIME
- Felons or other prohibited persons in possession of a firearm
- Concealed weapon violations
- Purchase of a handgun without a permit
- Possession of prohibited firearms such as machine guns or short-barreled rifles or shotguns
- Straw purchases of firearms
- Illicit gun trafficking
- Possession of a firearm in relation to a drug trafficking crime or crime of violence
- Possession of a firearm in a school zone or other prohibited area
If you or a loved one have been wrongly convicted of a weapon crime, contact Pravati Networks today.