An Aggressive Advocate On Gun Charges
Gun charges are serious offenses in Michigan. In some cases, if convicted, prison time is statutorily mandated. In many cases, you may not be able to own a firearm in the future. You need a lawyer who will do everything in their power to provide you with a top-notch defense. Defense attorney Christopher Sinclair will fight for your rights from the beginning. You can trust him as your advisor and an aggressive advocate. He will take the time to explain the process and assist you in making educated decisions for your case and your future.
Experienced With Different Types Of Weapons Charges
Weapon and firearm charges come up in a variety of different situations. Sinclair Law represents clients on the following:
- Carrying a concealed weapon without a license – It is unlawful to carry a concealed weapon outside of your own property without a concealed pistol license in Michigan. While the second amendment allows you to bear arms, the law recognizes certain allowable restrictions designed for public safety purposes, including a permit for concealed weapons.
- Felony firearm – A felony firearm offense is never charged by itself; an underlying felony must be alleged. A felony firearm conviction carries a mandatory two-year prison term. When it comes to felony firearm charges, the judge has no discretion to change the sentence.
- Felon in possession of a weapon – Michigan law states that if you have been convicted of a felony, you may not use, possess, transport, sell or carry a firearm unless you satisfy certain conditions.
If the police arrest you for any of these offenses, you will need an experienced attorney to defend you in court. Mr. Sinclair is well versed in unlawful possession cases and understands how to defend this type of charge. He will review every detail of your case to develop a plan to fight the charges.
Find Out How Sinclair Law Can Help
To learn more or to request a free, no-obligation consultation, contact Sinclair Law today. Mr. Sinclair serves the Detroit metro area, offering both virtual and in-person meetings. You can call 877-795-9288 or send a confidential message online.