Concealed & Illegal Weapons
When You are Hit by the Law, We Hit Back!
While it is true that Nevada State law acknowledges, respects, and protects
your right to bear arms under the Constitution, there are still limitations
as to what sort of firearm you can possess and where you may carry it.
As the rules are complex and far from clear and concise, you may have
inadvertently violated the law, slamming you with felony charges you never
expected to see. At the
Law Office of David R. Fischer, our Las Vegas
criminal defense attorney is always ready to stand up for the rights of people just like
you caught up in the tangled web of the law.
You will need serious representation if you are facing penalties are severe as these:
- Felony record
- $10,000 fine
- One to five years of prison time
- Loss of firearm permits
Know that you need legal help? Call 702.866.9864 to start your defense today.
When Carrying a Gun is Illegal
Concealing a firearm on your person or even on your property requires you
to obtain a special permit. Oftentimes, you will need to prove that you
are of sound mind and have a clean criminal record. There are certain
situations where it is outright illegal to carry a firearm, whether you
have a concealed weapons permit or not.
In Nevada, you may not possess a firearm:
- On school property
- In most government facilities
- In an airport
- While intoxicated
Weapons Considered Unlawful
You should also be aware of certain weapons that are considered strictly
illegal to possess, concealed or not. Although, the firearms and firearm
accessories on the following list may be used in certain circumstances
– such as on a dedicated firing range – and with the right
permits. If you possess or wish to possess one of these items, you should
check with your criminal attorney first to ensure you are within the limits
of the law.
Weapons usually considered illegal in all scenarios include:
- Machine guns
- Silencer (suppressor) attachments
- Brass (metal) knuckles
- Hidden blades (switchblades)
- Blackjacks and other clubs
Your Rights are On the Line! Contact Our Las Vegas Criminal Defense Lawyer
Being arrested for any weapons crime in Las Vegas is likely to be considered
a felony violation. Your livelihood and reputation could be jeopardized
for the rest of your life if convicted. Sometimes the only way to protect
yourself from the harsh scrutiny of the law is to let a heavy-hitter like
Attorney Fischer do the talking, and the fighting, for you. Be sure to
schedule an appointment with our legal team today before matters worsen.