Firearms Laws in Dallas Texas
Posted On - February 4th, 2011 | By Tim Clancy | Category - Criminal Defense
As a citizen of Texas, you have the right to bear arms and protect yourself. But, if you break certain laws, you may have this right revoked. The laws regarding carrying concealed firearms in Texas are especially confusing and spread over many varying statutes, case law opinions and opinions provided by the Attorney General. Depending on your prior criminal record, a conviction under Texas’ firearms laws may prohibit you from owning a gun in the future.
What is It?
Violations of firearms law are widely varied. They can range from possessing a sawed off shotgun to illegal weapons sales; from unlawfully carrying a weapon (UCW) to possessing a firearm as a convicted felon; from modification of a semi-automatic to an automatic weapon to carrying a concealed weapon in an airport or other public place. If you are faced with a charge of violating any of Texas’ firearms laws, you need the experience and skill of an aggressive defense lawyer. The criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Clancy & Clancy have been defending people in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for more than 40 years, and their understanding of the laws of the ownership and possession of firearms in Texas has protected their clients from the most severe penalties.
Let Us Fight For You
If you have been charged with violating any of Texas’ firearms laws, you are facing the potential of a jail sentence and hefty fines. We have the knowledge and skill to help you avoid the harshest results arising out of a conviction on a wide variety of firearms charges. We will answer your questions and provide helpful analysis. Call Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers Clancy & Clancy. Visit our website at https://www.dfwcriminallawyer.com or call (214) 550-5771 to schedule a consultation.
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