Firearm And Weapons Violations

Firearm offenses can arise on their own or because of a violent crime or certain property crimes. If you're facing a firearm or weapons charge in North Carolina, you are facing a very serious situation. That's because these types of crimes may involve state and federal laws or a combination of both. You could be facing incredibly steep consequences that may be impossible to avoid on your own.

Our experienced lawyers represent clients who have been charged with state and federal crimes, and we are fully capable of defending your case in any court in the state. With decades of combined experience and close knowledge of prosecution strategies related to the broad range of gun charges and other weapons charges, our attorneys will provide passionate advocacy and high-quality defense for your case.

Deadly Weapons And Firearms Charges – We Defend Against Them All

Our broad perspective on the range of weapons charges affords our clients unparalleled defense. We have considerable experience defending charges associated with:

  • Carrying a concealed weapon
  • Carrying a weapon into establishments selling alcohol
  • Possessing a weapon on school property
  • Possessing a firearm as a felon
  • Possession of a firearm as an undocumented immigrant
  • Using of a firearm to commit a violent or drug-related crime

In North Carolina, weapons charges vary from Class 2 misdemeanors to federal felony charges. We vigorously defend our clients' rights and work to keep them out of jail in relation to such charges. We can do the same for you.

Don't Hesitate – Skilled Defense Is Just A Call Or Click Away

Depending on the circumstances of your case, prosecutors may work quickly to secure a conviction. This can put you at a disadvantage for the rest of your life. Don't hesitate any longer. Address your legal needs with confidence by calling the Greensboro law office of Coalter Law, PLLC.

We serve clients throughout Guilford County and the surrounding Triad. Call 336-338-7769 now to schedule your free initial consultation. For after-hours help, call 336-543-0471 or send us an email using our online contact form.