Weapons Crime Lawyer in Franklin
Protecting Clients throughout Nashville for Nearly a Decade
Many people in Tennessee take their second amendment rights seriously. However, any gun permit owner can tell you that the law isn't always straightforward when it comes to owning or possessing a firearm. At Larsen Law PLLC, we recognize the importance people place on gun ownership.
We also know that facing weapons possession charges can be very serious. If you were charged with a crime involving a weapon, you need to get help from our Franklin criminal defense lawyer right away.
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Trial Tested. Proven Track Record.
Sometimes going to trial is necessary. Attorney Eric Larsen is not afraid to do so if it's in the best interest of the client.
Respected Amongst His Peers
Eric’s ability to maneuver through both trial advocacy and negotiations have earned him the respect of prosecutors, law enforcement, and the judiciary, which often leads to results that exceed client expectations.
Even the most experienced gun owners can find it difficult to keep all the laws straight. There are different regulations governing handguns and machine guns, as well as clip size and other details. Those accused of using a firearm while committing another crime face even more severe consequences, including mandatory prison time and strong sanctions—financial and otherwise—that can seriously impact your life.
Some individuals who have been previously charged with a misdemeanor or felony may not be aware that their gun rights have been impacted, and could later be seen as felons in possession. These scenarios are commonplace, yet their impact on your rights and future is serious. We make it a point to stay up to date on statewide gun laws so that we can always protect your future.
A felon can not own a gun after 10 years in Tennessee, the only way to do that is to get a complete restoration firearms rights under state law. Once a person has obtained a complete restoration of firearms and other citizenship rights, regardless of whether that restoration of firearms rights was obtained, that individual may lawfully possess or purchase any firearm that may be lawfully possessed or purchased by any other private citizen. An expungement of a felony conviction operates as a complete restoration of firearms rights, and no further action is required.
Don't Wait To Call Larsen Law PLLC
At Larsen Law PLLC, we can help you with all criminal defense issues, including weapons possession. Let our team help you better understand your situation and what you can do to make the best use of the legal options you have available.
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