If you were charged with the crime of carrying an unlicensed concealed weapon, look no further. Rossen Law Firm has the most passionate, knowledgeable South Florida weapons crimes attorneys and crew to help you win your case.
What is Carrying an Unlicensed Concealed Weapon Crime?
If you are found possessing a weapon – an item used to cause harm such as a knife, metallic knuckles, slungshot, tear gas gun, chemical weapon or device – you may be charged with the crime of unlicensed carrying a concealed weapon.
The crime of carrying a concealed weapon is defined in Florida Statute 790.001 and states that a person who is not licensed under the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services – the executive department of the government of Florida authorized to issue licenses to carry concealed weapons or concealed firearms to people who qualified – and carries a concealed weapon on or about his or her person commits a third-degree felony. The phrase “on or about the person” means physically and readily accessible to the individual carrying the weapon.
CONSEQUENCES OF UNLICENSED CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON IN SOUTH FLORIDA
In Florida, the consequences of unlicensed carrying a concealed weapon include felony charges and can get very severe and should be handled quickly by contacting an experienced South Florida criminal defense attorney due to the possibility of being imprisoned.
A weapons crime of Carrying a Concealed Weapon is a first-degree misdemeanor. A first-degree misdemeanor carries consequences of up to 1 year in jail and fines of up to $1,000. If a person is not licensed appropriately and carries a concealed firearm about their person, however, they face a third-degree felony. Third-degree felonies can result in up to 5 years in prison and up to $5,000 in fines.
UNLICENSED CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
If you’re facing a charge for unlicensed carrying of a concealed weapon – Rossen Law Firm is here and we will stand by your side defending your rights and your future. Rossen Law Firm has deep experience in all types of weapon cases and we have mastered the defense for every variety of weapon charges. We always guarantee our clients that we will work as hard for the best result possible.
Do not hesitate to contact our office if you’re facing a charge of unlicensed carrying a concealed weapon. We are here to listen to the details of your case and provide you with the best defense possible. We believe that bad things do happen to good people and one mistake shouldn’t have the ability to drastically change your life – and we’ll strive to make sure it does not.
Carrying an Unlicensed Concealed Weapon Crime Defenses
- Concealed Weapons Permit: Have you been charged with the crime of unlicensed carrying a concealed weapon but possess a license to carry a firearm or weapon? Rossen Law Firm can use the fact that you have paperwork to conceal firearms and have any charges related dropped so that no further prosecution can take place in the case.
- Lack of knowledge: In order for an individual to be charged with the crime of unlicensed carrying a concealed weapon, the State must prove that the accused had knowledge of the weapon or firearm. Without that proof, the defense of lack of knowledge can be used and serve as a complete defense to the crime of unlicensed carrying a concealed weapon.
Carrying an Unlicensed Concealed Weapon Criminal Defense Strategy Session in Fort Lauderdale
We handle many types of weapon cases, including the charge of unlicensed carrying of a concealed weapon in South Florida. We are incredibly knowledgeable of the law and know how to protect your rights – and your future.
We offer FREE strategy sessions so you may see for yourself the commitment we have to every client and their case. Give us a call to get started.
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