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Minnesota Weapons Charges Attorney

While critics of our Second Amendment right to bear arms often claim that Minnesota has no weapons laws to restrict criminals from using guns, the fact is that our state has a number of statutes regarding possession of firearms and other weapons. If you have been accused of one of these crimes, it is critical you fight these serious charges with the help of a top Minnesota criminal lawyer.

Some of our states laws regulating the use of firearms involve carrying or possessing a weapon without the proper permit or using a weapon in conjunction with another crime, such as robbery, assault or the dealing of drugs. If you have been accused of violating the permit to carry law, you could face lengthy prison sentences, probation and expensive fines. If you are accused of using a weapon in conjunction with another crime, you may face even more strict punishments, such as mandatory minimum sentences or extended prison sentences for the crime. Once you are accused of these crimes, the only way to clear your name and protect your freedom is to work with a Minnesota criminal attorney.

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Because almost all weapons crimes are felonies, you will lose a number of constitutional rights if you are convicted for these charges. This means you will no longer be able to vote or to possess a firearm. You could also lose your right to bear arms if you are convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence charge. When you want to protect your rights as an American citizen, you must be able to prove your innocence in court. At Bradshaw and Bryant, we can help provide you with a skilled Minnesota criminal lawyer that can help you do just that.

In some cases, you may be able to get your gun rights reinstated after a conviction. Please call a Minnesota criminal attorney from our firm to discuss this option if you have any questions.









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