Columbia Weapon Offenses Attorney
Experienced Criminal Defense for State or Federal Gun Crimes
In South Carolina, being charged with a weapons offense is a serious issue. Not only can a conviction lead to harsh criminal penalties, but it can also result in your gun rights being stripped away.
If you are facing criminal weapons charges in Richland or Lexington counties, or any other South Carolina county, you need to contact The Law Offices of Marion M. Moses, LLC, as soon as possible. As a former state prosecutor with 18 years experience, attorney Marion M. Moses has litigated countless criminal cases in South Carolina, including those involving weapon offenses. Simply put, few law firms can match our level of experience when it comes to criminal law.
To arrange a free, no-obligation legal consultation, call our Columbia office at 803-770-4483. You can also reach us online. Your future, not to mention your gun rights, are too important to trust to a less experienced lawyer.
Types of Weapon Offenses
Given our extensive criminal law experience, we can help provide legal representation to those facing a wide range of weapons-related offenses, including:
- Assault with a firearm and other aggravated offenses
- Negligent discharge
- Possession of illegal arms
- Possession of a firearm for unlawful purposes
- Unlawful carrying
- Brandishing a firearm
- Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon
- Illegal possession of ammunition
Whether you are dealing with charges related to illegal weapons possession, the commission of criminal offense involving a firearm or anything in between, we will evaluate the circumstances of your case, analyze the evidence provided by law enforcement and identify the legal solution that provides the best long-term result.
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