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Criminal Defense Lawyer

Tampa Weapons and Gun Charges Lawyer

Weapon and gun charges can be devastating to your criminal record, in addition to carrying the possibility of prison sentences.  

Tampa criminal lawyer Jeffrey Reisman has the experience and the background to represent you against allegations of weapons and gun charges, in the state and federal courts.

Remember that some gun crimes carry minimum sentencing requirements. In other words, you may be forced to serve at least 3 years in prison just for being convicted of some offenses. Secure an aggressive defense attorney now.

Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon

The state of Florida makes it a crime for a convicted felon to be in possession of a firearm. (However, if you are not convicted of a felony but have received a withhold of adjudication, you still retain the right to bear arms.) Depending on the circumstances of your "possession," you could face a minimum sentence of 3 years in prison.

Other Florida Gun Laws

  • Carrying a Concealed Weapon
  • Improper Exhibition of Dangerous Weapons or Firearms.

Keep in mind that no matter what charge you face, a defense lawyer can help you eliminate the charge altogether or reach a plea bargain that minimizes the consequences to you.

Defense for all Gun Charges

Both the Florida and the U.S. Constitution include passages guaranteeing the rights of individuals to own weapons. Still, the state and federal governments have passed restrictions on where firearms can be carried by individuals and even who can carry firearms.

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.