If you are a weapon owner, there are strict laws in place regarding how the weapon is registered and when it can be fired as well as when it cannot. At Pollock & Company, we understand the local weapon laws and can help you if you face a charge based on an offence involving a weapon.
Use of a firearm during an offence
If you are charged with using a firearm during an incident, such as a robbery, using a firearm during a crime is a serious offence.
Storing a firearm in an unsafe manner
When you are a gun owner, you are obligated to store the weapon in a specific manner. If the conditions of storage or the precautions are not followed to the letter, then you can be charged with a weapons crime. Knowing your rights when charged with storing a weapon in an unsafe manner can help you during a trial or negotiations. With our team’s help, you can fight such charges and hopefully, see charges dropped or a more lenient punishment.
Carrying a concealed weapon
If you are found to be carrying a hidden weapon without the proper authority to do so, then you may be charged with carrying a concealed weapon.