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Strategic Weapons Offenses Attorney
in Wyoming, MI
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Whether you failed to have the proper permit for hunting, or trafficked automatic weapons internationally, there are a lot of different ways to end up with a weapons charge in Wyoming, Michigan. If you are facing any type of criminal charge dealing with guns or other weapons, contact the knowledgeable, resourceful criminal defense attorneys at the David G. Moore Law Firm, today. We’ll get you through this situation with the least possible impact on your future.

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Attorney David Moore served as an assistant prosecuting attorney, in Saint Joseph and Cass counties, earlier in his career. He has deep knowledge of how the court system works from both prosecution and defense paradigms. He and his team will intensely pursue every facet of defense on your behalf.

We recommend that you don’t discuss your case with anybody, except our team of legal professionals. Contact us right away, and schedule a completely free initial consultation, where we can sit down and discuss the details of your case, as well as our fees. You’re going to feel good knowing that we are relentlessly pursuing justice for you.

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Our team of experienced criminal defense lawyers has successfully litigated thousands of weapons charge cases in and around Wyoming, Michigan. You can be sure that we will work nonstop to deliver superior results for you.
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With multiple decades of experience between us, our criminal defense attorneys have devised proven strategies to deliver superior results for all of our clients.

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frequently asked questions

  • Can I get my gun rights restored after a weapons charge?
    There's a possibility of having your gun rights restored after a weapons charge, but it's going to depend on the specifics of your particular case.
  • What’s my smartest move to handle my weapons charge in Wyoming, Michigan?
    We recommend that you take a minute, right now, to call our team of criminal defense lawyers. We guarantee that you'll feel much better after our initial consultation.
  • What are the possible penalties for a weapons charge in Wyoming, MI?
    Depending on the seriousness of your charge, the penalties can be quite devastating. However, if you were simply charged with carrying a concealed weapon without the proper permit, you could face five years in prison and up to a $2500 fine.
  • What proof can be questioned in weapons crime cases?
    Some types of evidence that can be tested, and possibly thrown out, include scientific findings, modeling, digital evidence, clothing, and other types of demonstrative proof.
  • How can I safeguard my future and reduce the impact of a weapons crime guilty verdict?
    Our attorneys can help you benefit from the Clean Slate Law in Michigan that expands the possibility of expungement of weapons crimes. If we're able to have your charges expunged, your weapons crime conviction will be discharged from public records, which will significantly help to protect your future from any undesirable impacts.
  • What are the possible long-term penalties of a weapons crime conviction?
    It’s not a secret that weapons’ crimes are taken very seriously in Michigan. That being so, a guilty verdict can have destructive long-term implications. Some of these include incarceration in jail, time in prison, probation or parole, steep monetary fines, and a more likely chance to be arrested for similar crimes in the future.
  • Can I remove weapons charges from my criminal record in Wyoming?
    Again, it's a possibility, but it requires justification. Some of the factors that come into play are how well you stayed in compliance with your sentencing, limitations that are exclusive to your case, and your previous weapons charges, if any.