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Choose a Gun Charge Attorney in Beaumont CA Who Will Fight for Your Rights

Of all the states in the U.S., California has some of the strictest and most complicated weapons laws. Even without meaning to do so, it is possible to end up on the wrong side of the law. The good news is that if you are in this situation, there is a Gun Charge Attorney in Beaumont CA who can help you. Contact Chambers Law Firm today at 714-760-4088 to request a free legal consultation from an experienced attorney.

9 of the Most Common Firearms Charges in California

When you work with an experienced Gun Charge Attorney in Beaumont CA, we can help with many different weapons violations and charges. There are laws covering who is legally allowed to own a gun, what type of gun they can own, and how a weapon can be used. Here are nine of the most common gun charges in California:

  1. Possession of an unlicensed firearm. This can be charged as a felony with a penalty of as long as 3 ½ years in prison if the unlicensed firearm is taken from your home or place of business.
  2. Carrying a concealed firearm. You cannot legally carry a concealed firearm on you or in your vehicle. Any time a person is transporting a gun, they are required by law to have it unloaded and in a lock box.
  3. Possession of an illegal weapon. This can include a wide range of banned firearms including assault weapons, armor-piercing bullets, and silencers.
  4. Brandishing a weapon. Drawing, displaying, or using a firearm in any way that is considered threatening can be a serious offense. If someone is injured during the process, additional penalties are likely to be levied.
  5. Carrying a loaded gun in public. A Gun Charge Attorney in Beaumont CA can help if you are charged with openly carrying a gun in California – which can result in even great penalties if the gun is in a restricted area such as a school or government building.
  6. Felon in possession of a firearm. Convicted felons and people convicted of certain misdemeanors (particularly those involving domestic abuse) are not allowed to buy, possess, or receive a gun in the state of California.
  7. Shooting at dwellings. You can be charged if you shoot at or near a building or vehicle.
  8. Assault with a firearm. If you attempt to hurt someone with a firearm, it can be considered assault even if you were not successful. A common example is firing a shot into a crowd.
  9. Drive-by shooting. Even if you are just driving, you can be charged and in need of a Gun Charge Attorney in Beaumont CA.

This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of gun and weapon charges. If you have faced these or other weapons charges, then a Gun Charge Attorney in Beaumont CA is exactly who you need.

We Will Work to Have Sentencing Enhancements Removed

In some cases the courts do not believe it is enough to convict and sentence a person for the crime they have committed – the courts believe they should add extra years to their sentence for the way the crime was committed. In this case, you need a Gun Charge Attorney in Beaumont CA who will fight to get these sentencing enhancements removed. There are two main examples:

  1. Up to a decade extra in prison for using a gun during the commission of a felony.
  2. Up to a decade extra in prison if you used a gun during specific violent felonies, up to 20 years extra in prison if the gun was shot (even shot into the air when no one was injured or hit), and up to life in prison can be added if someone was killed or seriously injured.

As scary as these enhancements can be, they are not a given. Choose an attorney who will work hard to keep your sentence as low as possible or get you off entirely. Contact Chambers Law Firm at 714-760-4088 now for your free legal consultation.

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