Get an Aggressive Weapons Legal Defense – Robert A. Dodell Attorney At Law

Although Arizona has some very liberal gun laws, the use of weapons in a crime carry some very severe consequence. If someone was injured during the commission of a crime, those severe penalties increase substantially. Some of the acts that constitute a weapon offense include the following:

  • Possession of an illegal weapon
  • Possession of a weapon after convicted of a domestic violence offense or a felony
  • Possession of a stolen weapon
  • Illegally discharging a firearm
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Committing a drive-by shooting
  • Violating probation or parole by possessing a firearm
  • Misconduct with a weapon

If you have been charged with any weapons crime, the penalties could include extensive prison sentences, fines, probation and other penalties. Additionally, the penalties for a person who possesses a firearm in violation of probation or in violation of the terms of parole will incur additional consequences.

While a conviction of any felony will result in the loss of your civil rights, including your right to bear arms, those rights may be restored by the judge after a Motion to Restore Civil Rights is granted by the court. The motion can be filed soon after completion of probation or release from prison.    However, if the conviction is for a “serious” offense, as defined in Arizona Revised Statute 13-706, gun rights can be restored only after a period of ten years after completion of probation or release from prison. There is a lifetime ban of your gun rights if the crime carried the designation of domestic violence, whether it is a misdemeanor or felony.

If you stand accused of such a weapons offense, contact Robert A. Dodell, Attorney at Law, now.Your freedom, your rights and your future are at stake. It is very important that you speak to an experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney. Robert provides individual service when protecting your rights. Contact Robert A. Dodell, Attorney at Law, directly by email or by calling 480-860-4321 now for a free initial consultation.