Convictions That Can Result In Your Gun License Being Revoked According to the Second Amendment, we have the right to bear arms but this right is by no means unlimited. In certain legal situations, such as criminal charges, your right to carry a gun can be revoked. A criminal conviction is one of these reasons. […]
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A firearm is obviously a dangerous piece of equipment, which unlike most household items is highly regulated and subject to many state and federal laws which include mandatory minimum state prison sentences in some cases.
I’ve written previous blog articles, made videos, and done podcasts on concealed carry permits and Medical Marijuana Cards in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Concealed Carry Permit Renewal Deadline Extended Right now, due to the COVID shutdown, a person isn’t able to obtain a concealed carry permit in Pennsylvania and many are concerned that approved permits will expire […]
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Gun crimes are usually graded as felony crimes in Pennsylvania but there are exceptions
Our law firm defends individuals accused of crimes and offenses involving guns and firearms in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. While the Commonwealth and the Garden State maintain laws against the illegal possession of firearms and guns, there are situations where legal gun owners are charged with criminal offenses following an incident involving the weapon. These […]
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Unlike New Jersey, the majority of Pennsylvania Uniform Firearms Act, none of them carry with them a mandatory minimum sentence except section 6111(g)(2)