Weapons Charges

Florida Attorney Defends Against Weapons Charges

Penalties for Weapons Charges

If you find yourself being charged with a weapons offense, there are various repercussions which one can be affected by depending on how the firearm was used. Like many other states, Florida has very strict weapons laws. If you commit a crime and use a weapon, the crime which may have been a misdemeanor can become a felony instead. There are very harsh penalties for using a weapon in the commission of a crime. If you are involved in a burglary or robbery and use a gun, the penalties and sentencing increase considerably.

Attorney Tauna R. Bogle is a Criminal Defense Attorney who has years of experience as a prosecuting and defense attorney in Florida.

Weapon offenses occur when there is a violation of laws or ordinances that prohibit the manufacture, sale, purchase, transportation, possession, concealment, or use of firearms or other deadly weapons. Since Florida law charges many of these offenses as a felony, it can lead to long prison sentences and large fines. If you or someone you know has been charged with a weapons offense, it is critical you contact a criminal trial attorney from Bogle Law.

Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer

Weapons charges carry severe penalties and can include single or multiple offenses such as: carrying a concealed weapon, improper exhibition of a firearm or weapon, illegal possession of a firearm, selling or delivering weapons, using a weapon while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, juvenile weapon offenses, brandishing a weapon, discharging a firearm in public and manufacturing firearms or other weapons. If you live in Charlotte County, South Sarasota County or Arcadia and have been recently charged or arrested for a weapons offense, contact our law office today. Don’t delay, your life and future can depend on what you do right now.

If you or a loved one have been recently charged with a weapon offense in Florida, it is vital you reach us right away. Tauna will carefully review the facts and evidence of your case to make sure that you have the best possible defense.

A weapons charge is a serious offense. Contact Florida criminal defense lawyer Tauna R. Bogle, P.A. as she can possibly assist with your defense.