We know that having a run-in with the law for possession of a firearm as a felon can be difficult and frustrating. We understand you’re here because you may be facing criminal charges, jail time, or are possibly being investigated for a crime related to firearm possession. Our expert federal gun attorneys can help with charges for felony possession of a firearm in South Florida.
What is a Federal Felon in Possession of Firearm Crime?
It is illegal for someone previously convicted of a felony to be in possession of a gun or firearm in the state of Florida.
If you were previously convicted of a felony, you will be charged with a federal felony for firearm possession if you are involved with guns or even ammunition that’s distributed between states or nations.
According to federal law, 18 U.S.C Section 922(g)(1), a Federal Felon in Possession of a Firearm Crime is committed when someone who was previously convicted of a felon either ships, transports or possesses any type of gun, firearm or ammunition that was distributed between states or internationally.
CONSEQUENCES OF FEDERAL FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM CRIME
If you are facing federal firearm possession charges as someone previously convicted of a felony, do not take it lightly.
You are looking at serious punishments and charges due to your felony history.
- Federal possession of a firearm crimes can include up to 10 years in federal prison, with up to 3 years of supervised release and up to $250,000 in fines if you’re found guilty.
- Under the United States Sentencing Guidelines, someone convicted of a Federal Felon in Possession of a Firearm crime is facing a range of 10 to 78 months in federal prision. Historically, the average federal priison sentence for this crime has ranged from 46 to 75 months.
FEDERAL FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY IN FORT LAUDERDALE
If you are charged with being in possession of a firearm as a federal felon, don’t panic. You’re in the right place.
While you are facing harsh punishments, such as up to 10 years in prison, our experienced and determined federal criminal attorneys will fight your case attentively and with great devotion.
We have rich experience defending people with federal felony records when in possession of a firearm and will ensure that we do everything we can for your case to have the best possible outcome.
Federal Felon in Possession of Firearm Defense Strategies
If you’re facing charges for felony possession of a firearm in Fort Lauderdale, you’re in the right place. We have a team of skilled criminal defense attorneys who are ready to defend you from the federal allegations you’re facing.
Give us a call to set up a free consultation, in which we’ll let you know how we will work to overturn every stone in your case. We will listen to your story, get all the details possible, and let you know how we’d create a defense strategy unique to you and the circumstances of the allegations against you.
Free Federal Felon in Possession of Firearm Defense Strategy Session in South Florida
Contact us for help in any type of case dealing with a federal felon in possession of a firearm. Our attorneys are well-aware of your rights and work to make sure that those rights are not violated and are thoroughly defended. We’re here to help fight for & defend your future so you can keep living the life you love.
You are not just another case at Rossen Law Firm, we work with you personally and our defense strategies take into account both who you are and all the unique elements of your case.
We offer FREE strategy sessions so you know how we’ll work to get the best possible result on your felony case for you.
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