Okabe & Haushalter
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Okabe & Haushalter

Los Angeles Weapons Charges Attorney

Los Angeles Weapons Charges Lawyer

Information About Weapons Offenses

Weapons charges are serious offenses in California, and they require representation by a defense lawyer who has your best interests in mind. If you are facing weapons charges in Los Angeles, an experienced defense attorney at Okabe & Haushalter can help. We have experience in dealing with these types of charges and can offer you our honest advice and guidance, along with aggressive representation, to help you avoid maximum penalties.

Weapons charges range from possession of a firearm to assault with a deadly weapon. While some weapons charges are limited to the illegal possession or sale of a gun or other weapon, others involve the use of a weapon in the commission of a crime. These latter charges may add up to 20 years on any prison sentence you already face, such as the discharge of a firearm during the commission of a robbery.

Types Of Weapons Charges

At our firm, we help clients facing weapons charges in Los Angeles and the South Bay area. Some of the types of weapons violations we handle include:

  • Firearm distribution/sale
  • Possession of a weapon or firearm
  • Assault with a firearm
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Use of a firearm in the commission of a crime
  • Discharge of a firearm in the commission of a crime
  • Brandishing a firearm

We handle cases involving such weapons as sawed-off shotguns, handguns, rifles, machine guns, semiautomatic assault weapons, AK47s, Uzis, nunchaku (nunchucks), knives, swords and more.

Even possession of a weapon may be a felony offense, meaning a possible state prison sentence and a conviction on your criminal record. Law enforcement is cracking down hard upon all types of weapon violations and charges, and thus working with a lawyer to defend your case is all the more important. At our firm, we understand the gravity of these charges and will fight to defend your rights and your freedom.