Naples Weapon Charge Attorney
40+ Years of Legal Experience To Apply To Your Case
Are you currently fighting a wrongful weapons charge? Florida law doles out strict penalties for firearm violations, especially if anyone is hurt as a result. If someone improperly possesses, purchases, or uses a weapon, they could face hefty consequences, whether the weapons offense occurred independently or in conjunction with another crime.
If you were charged with a weapons crime, you need to act quickly to protect your rights and freedom. Our team at Law Offices of Cavanaugh & Cavanaugh, P.A. is committed to standing up for the wrongfully accused, and we want to use our experience and knowledge to help you get back on your feet.
Let Our Team Defend You
Attorney Daniel Cavanaugh of Law Offices of Cavanaugh & Cavanaugh, P.A. has represented clients facing a variety of criminal charges over his decades in practice, including weapons crimes. Our firm has ample experience defending clients charged with weapons crimes in Florida, and we know what it takes to obtain favorable results in and out of the courtroom.
We always put our clients first and we treat each individual client with the courtesy and attention they deserve. Our thorough understanding of state and federal laws helps us build solid cases for clients accused of weapons crimes, and we work diligently to pursue the best possible result for each case we represent. If you need a zealous legal advocate in your corner, we’re here for you.
Call (239) 309-2006 to get in touch with our weapons attorney. We accept cases in Bonita Springs, Marco Island, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Lehigh Acres, and the surrounding areas.
Florida Weapons Charges
According to Florida Statute Title XLVI Chapter 790.01, individuals must have a license to carry a concealed firearm, otherwise they could face criminal charges. Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit can result in a first-degree misdemeanor, whereas carrying a concealed firearm could result in a third-degree felony. These crimes can result in 1-5 years in prison and fines between $1,000 and $5,000.
Common weapons charges in Florida include:
- Bomb threats
- Brandishing a firearm
- Carrying a concealed weapon
- Exhibition of a weapon
- Illegal possession
- Manufacturing weapons
- Selling firearms
- Shooting a firearm in public
- Using a weapon while intoxicated
- Weapon of mass destruction offenses
Legal Representation When You Need It Most
The weapons laws in Florida are somewhat complex and unique. For that reason, it is extremely important to work with an attorney who has ample experience working on cases like yours within the state of Florida. Without a thorough understanding of Florida’s firearms laws, you may face a higher chance of an unsuccessful case.
To protect your freedoms, make sure you get in touch with Attorney Dan Cavanaugh at Law Offices of Cavanaugh & Cavanaugh, P.A. Our firm can meet with you after hours, and we are available for same-day appointments. Whatever you are up against, we’re here for you.
Contact Law Offices of Cavanaugh & Cavanaugh, P.A. today to get in touch with our Naples weapons crimes attorneys.
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