Weapons Offenses

Palm Beach County, Florida, Federal Weapons Offenses Defense Lawyers

Charged with or under investigation for a federal weapons offense, such as felon in possession of a firearm?  Contact Morse & Morse, L.L.C. today.

If you have been charged with a federal weapons crime or if you believe you are under investigation and may be a target of a grand jury investigation, you do not have time to wait to see what will happen next. The law firm of Morse & Morse offers the defense representation you need to protect your future.  We will immediately begin preparing your defense to stay ahead of the prosecution. Contact Morse & Morse, L.L.C. today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your federal charges.

Weapons Offenses:

Certain classes of people are barred from possessing any firearms. These classes include: convicted felons (or people who are under indictment for a felony); people who are addicted to certain illegal drugs; people deemed to have certain mental impairments; people in the country illegally; anyone who has been dishonorably discharged from military service; and anyone restrained by a lawful court order.

Federal law also makes it illegal for a person to import, produce, or conduct transactions in firearms across state lines without proper licensing. There is an exception if the person possesses a license to import, produce, or deal in firearms.

Federal law also prohibits the transportation of certain types of weapons. For instance, it is illegal for a person to transport any device deemed to be destructive.

Federal law prohibits straw purchasers of firearms. These laws make it illegal for a person acquiring a firearm from a dealer to use any false written or oral statements or to present any false identification intended to deceive the dealer about the legality of the transaction or the ultimate owner of the firearm.

The preservation of serial numbers is also a concern. A person violates federal law if he knowingly delivers, transports, or accepts any firearm with a serial number that has been changed, removed, or destroyed.

Start Protecting Your Rights Immediately.

At Morse & Morse, L.L.C. in Palm Beach County, Florida, we dedicate our practice to defending the rights of the accused. From our office in West Palm Beach, Florida, our attorneys accept federal clients throughout the United States.  Contact Morse & Morse, L.L.C. today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your federal charges.

Contact Morse & Morse, L.L.C. today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your federal charges.