Weapons Charges Lawyer Springfield, IL
Illegal Possession, Sale, Purchase & Use of Firearms
Over the past few decades, the possession and use of firearms has become a point of extreme controversy. Whether you have been accused of a weapons crime because of someone's overreaction or for any other reason, Johnson Law Group can provide the criminal defense that you need. Illinois has very strict laws regarding the sale, purchase, carrying, and use of firearms and other dangerous weapons.
Weapons Offenses We Handle
Our Springfield weapons charges lawyers defend against all types of weapons crimes, including the following:
- Unlawful possession of a firearm
- Unlawful use of a firearm
- Unlawful sale of a firearm
- Reckless discharge of a firearm
- Endangerment of a minor
Illinois Weapons Crimes Penalties
Most weapons crimes are categorized as felonies, even if no one suffered personal injury or if you did not act with any criminal intent.
If you are convicted of a weapons offense, you could face harsh punishments, including:
- Up to $25,000 in fines
- 1 to 3 years in prison
- Restraining or barring orders
- Loss of employment
Defend Your Rights Today with a Springfield Attorney
When you have been accused of a weapons crime, your most important course of action is to hire a Springfield weapon charges lawyer who is both experienced and confident. Johnson Law Group has been in practice for 20 years and is more than capable of defending you from a harmful conviction. With a former police officer in our team of professionals, we have a complete comprehension of your rights to purchase, sell, and use firearms that very few law firms can claim.
Contact us today and begin your defense with our Springfield weapons charges attorney, free case evaluations are available.
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