Michigan Felony Firearm Lawyer
Boria Law has saved countless clients years in prison from the felony firearm charge. If you have been charged with felony firearm call Boria Law today (734) 453-7806.
Felony Firearm is probably one of the most serious gun crimes you can be charged with because the penalty is so harsh. Unlike most crimes where a judge has some leeway to deviate from a lengthy prison sentence or even give probation, felony firearm, by law, requires a mandatory two years in prison – No exceptions.
Luckily there is still hope. Call Michigan Felony Firearm Lawyer Aaron J. Boria (734) 453-7806.
Felony Firearm in Michigan
The charge of Felony Firearm is charged when it has been alleged that you committed a felony and at the same time were in possession of a gun.
For instances, if it is alleged that you committed felony assault by pointing a gun at someone then you could also be charged with felony firearm.
Some things to know about this charge: it is a felony, and the punishment is a mandatory 2 years in prison for a first offense.
Felony Firearm cannot be charged when the underlying charge is felony firearm.
It doesn’t matter if the gun was loaded or not to be charged with felony firearm, but it definitely will help with a jury.
If the firearm present was a bb gun not exceeding .177 caliber then felony firearm cannot be charged.
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Felony Firearm Defense Lawyer
If you were acting in self-defense at the time you were in possession of a gun and were charged with felony firearm then you are entitled to be found not guilty.
If it cannot be proven that a gun was present then there is reasonable doubt and you should be found not guilty.
Even in cases where there was clearly a gun present and you were at fault then it is still possible that we could get the charge dismissed through plea negotiation.
Felony Firearm Success
Recently, a client of ours was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, felony firearm, and felonious assault after a road rage incident with a UPS driver in Livonia.
Our client and the victim in this case had varying stories, but the evidence did prove that our client was improperly carrying his weapon. Whether or not there was an assault was up for debate that only the two involved know what happened.
After extensive negotiations with the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, including contacting the Wayne County Gun Board, the case resulted in all three felony charges being dismissed. Our client plead guilty to one count of misdemeanor brandishing and was given probation.
To date, Felony Firearm Defense Lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has yet to have a client be convicted of felony firearm.
Call (734) 453-7806 today for a free consultation.