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Felony Firearm Lawyer – Michigan

Felony firearm is probably one of the most serious gun charges, if not the most serious gun charge in Michigan. A conviction for felony firearm in Michigan carries a mandatory 2 years in prison. A second offense for felony firearm carries 5 years in prison and a third offense carries 10 years. If convicted, a judge cannot deviate as these are mandatory prison terms.

Criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has successfully obtained dismissals of felony firearm charges in multiple counties in Michigan including Wayne County and Oakland County.

If you are charged with felony firearm then you need to contact criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria (734) 453-7806.

Felony Firearm Charges

The prosecuting attorney would have to prove that you were committing or attempting to commit a felony and that at that time you were in possession of a firearm.

Not all felonies can be used to charge someone with felony firearm. For instance, if you are charged with carrying a concealed weapon and nothing else then you cannot be charged with felony firearm.

Not all guns can count as a firearm. For instance, a BB gun does not count. However, it does not matter if the gun was unloaded or doesn’t work.

Another defenses to felony firearm could be that you were not in actual possession or the gun.

If you were charged with felonious assault and felony firearm then self-defense or defense of another would be an available defense.

Felony Firearm Lawyer

Felony firearm could land you in hot water if an experienced and aggressive criminal defense lawyer does not deal with it. Criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has the experience you need to get the job done right.

When years of your life are on the line you need the criminal lawyer that will do everything he can to get you the best result possible. Call (734) 453-7806 or stop by our office in downtown Plymouth at 472 Starkweather Street, Plymouth, MI 48170.