Protecting Your Rights When Facing Weapons Charges

Some Texas weapon charges can be brought as felonies. Prosecutors do not take weapon crimes lightly, particularly if the charges are brought in relation to other charges.

Some weapons offenses can be misdemeanors. However, if you are convicted of a misdemeanor weapons offense, you will still have a criminal record that is viewable by a potential employer.

If you are facing a weapons charge such as being in possession of a gun without a firearm permit, call our Texas gun possession lawyer today for a free, confidential consultation. Call us at 713-581-1789 or toll free at 888-386-4503. Or contact us online.

Illegal Weapons In Texas

In Texas, a weapon charge will not always involve illegal firearm or gun possession. The following weapons are also considered illegal to possess:

  • Grenades and bombs
  • A rifle or shotgun that has been modified, resulting in the weapon being less than 26 inches long
  • Brass knuckles
  • Switchblade knives
  • Chemical sprays

Texas attorney John M. Petruzzi handles the defense of people facing many types of weapons charges, including those that are in conjunction with other charges such as drug crimes, domestic violence and robbery.

John M. Petruzzi is a former chief prosecutor for Texas felony court and a former Harris County Assistant District Attorney with more than 30 years of criminal law experience and 150 criminal jury trials to his credit. He is committed to fighting for your rights aggressively, constructively and effectively throughout the duration of your criminal defense matter.

Defense Of Weapons Charges: Take Action By Contacting A Defense Lawyer

Call to arrange a free, confidential consultation with a Houston defense lawyer at 713-581-1789 or toll free at 888-386-4503. You can also contact us online.

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