Criminal Defense Lawyer

Tampa Weapons and Gun Charges Lawyer

Weapon and gun charges can be devastating to your criminal record. Many of your rights can be taken away if you are not properly represented in a court of law. You need someone who knows the gun and weapon laws in Florida and who wants to protect your rights. If you have been accused of illegally carrying a weapon in the Tampa area, you need an experienced lawyer like Jeffrey Reisman to fight for your rights.

In the United States Constitution and within the Florida Constitution everyone has a right to bear arms. In Florida a person may keep a weapon on their person only if they have a concealed weapons license. Without a concealed weapons license you may not carry a fire arm on your person.

If you are convicted of a felony, meaning you have been adjudicated guilty within the State of Florida, then you lose your right to bear arms, the right to vote, and the ability to run for political office. If you are not convicted of a felony but have received a withhold of adjudication you still retain the right to bear arms. Also within the State of Florida there are certain designated areas in which it is illegal to carry fire arms even if you have a concealed weapons license such as airports and courts.

Jeffrey I. Reisman has extensive experience in handling gun or weapon charges and he can help you protect your rights, reputation, and criminal record. It is possible for you to retain your right to bear arms with the help of an experienced weapon and gun defense attorney, like Jeffrey I. Reisman. If you or a loved one has been charged or is being investigated and in search for an aggressive attorney to defend yours or another person’s rights, contact Jeffrey I. Reisman at, (813) 258 5333.

JEFFREY REISMAN
304 SOUTH WESTLAND AVE
TAMPA, FL 33606
(813) 258-5333 IN TAMPA
(877) 283-5333 TOLL-FREE
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