Pennsylvania’s gun laws are stricter than those in many states. Because of this, gun-related criminal charges and sentence enhancements are common. At Marros Law Office, LLC, we are prepared to represent you against nearly any criminal charges, including firearms offenses and those related to unlawful possession of a gun.
Offenses Involving A Firearm
We regularly represent clients facing a variety of gun-related charges, including:
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Armed robbery
- Straw purchases
- Illegal possession (persons not to possess a firearm)
- Carrying a firearm without a concealed carry permit
- Charges related to defending your home and family (also called the castle doctrine or stand your ground)
Deadly Weapon Enhancements
Sometimes being in possession of a gun while committing an unrelated crime can lead to sentence enhancements, even if the gun was not used nor intended to be used in the commission of the crime.
As an example, someone could be arrested in the middle of a drug deal after exiting their vehicle and meeting the buyer on a street corner. If police search the vehicle and find a gun in the trunk, the suspect might face deadly weapon enhancements that could significantly increase his sentence.
This is a common practice used by prosecutors. We will do all we can to fight these allegations and attempt to show that the firearm was not used (nor intended to be used) in the crime.
Restoring Your Gun Rights With The Help Of A Lawyer
After being convicted of crime, you may lose your right to own a gun in Pennsylvania. While it is not always possible to restore gun rights, the help of an attorney can make a significant difference in some cases.
At Marros Law Office, LLC, we can assist you as you seek expungements, court petitions and other legal remedies to clean up your record, and work to restore your gun ownership rights.
Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation
From our office in York, Marros Law Office, LLC, serves clients throughout central Pennsylvania. To take advantage of a free initial consultation with a gun rights law attorney, call us at 717-801-1970, or send us an email.