Gun related charges are covered by state and federal laws. More often than not, gun charges are usually tacked on to another charge. In most instances, a person who has previously been convicted of a felony and in possession of a firearm is charged with unlawful possession of a firearm secondary to an arrest.
Common Gun Charges
- Unlawful Possession of a Firearm
- Possession of a Prohibited Weapon
- Making a Firearm Accessible to a Child
- Firearm Sales to an intoxicated person
- Firearm Sales to a convicted felon
- Firearm Sales to a person under a protective order
- Firearm Smuggling
Concealed Handgun Laws
Do you have a license to carry a handgun? Concealed handgun carriers are held to a higher standard in Texas. You are expected to know certain laws even if they are not obvious. If you’ve been charged with a weapons charge and you have a license to carry than you need to contact the Presti Law Firm. We fight to protect your right to continue carrying and fight to preserve your license.
No matter what type of weapons offense you’ve been charged with, it is always recommended that you hire an attorney as soon as possible. Don’t wait. Contact The Presti Law Firm, PLLC for a FREE consultation on at 214-342-8900