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Baltimore, MD 21201

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Have you been charged with a firearm crime in Baltimore City or surrounding areas? Contact us today for a free consultation.

Baltimore, MD Firearm Defense Lawyers

Baltimore firearm defense

There are times when otherwise law-abiding individuals might be charged with criminal activity for being in possession of a firearm or related items, like ammunition. There are several reasons why you might be charged with a crime for possessing these items:

  • You might have a prior felony conviction.
  • You might have a prior conviction for a crime of violence.
  • You might be subject to a restraining order.
  • Firearms may not be allowed in your state.
  • You might not have a concealed carry license.
  • And more.

Whatever the reason, it’s important that you contact skilled criminal defense lawyers to help you build a defense case to avoid possibly serious consequences.

Carrying a Gun Without a Permit

This is one of the most common firearm-related crimes in Maryland. It’s very easy for otherwise innocent people to accidentally be charged with this crime – for instance, they might get into a vehicle not knowing that there are weapons in the trunk, then be charged for the crime on a random stop.

Carrying a Concealed Gun Without a Permit

You may feel that you need to carry a concealed weapon for your own safety, depending on the circumstances or your location. However, this is a crime if you don’t have a permit, and you can be charged with criminal activity as a result.

Unfortunately, penalties can be quite harsh, going all the way up to 20 years in prison depending on the prosecution’s case.

How Baltimore Gun Defense Attorneys Can Help

Criminal defense attorneys that specialize in firearm crimes and law can be of great assistance to your defense case. Gun attorneys know gun control laws inside and out and can defend you against every kind of weapon charge you might be prosecuted with, including:

  • Carrying a firearm on school property.
  • Possession of a firearm as a convicted felon.
  • Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit.
  • Possessing an unlicensed firearm.

Contact Meadlaw Today

Whatever your case and your history, you can turn to MeadLaw for experienced defense for your firearm case. We can put together a defense that protects you from the harshest sentences and help you avoid prison. Contact us today and you’ll get a free consultation so we can take a look at your case.

 

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