Weapons Charges Lawyer in San Antonio

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Texas law and federal gun laws lay out a complex range of regulations on firearms. If you’ve been charged with unlawful possession, assault with a deadly weapon, or other weapons crime, attorney John G. Perez Jr. can help.

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Investigate Your Case

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Formulate a Strong Defense

Represent You at Trial

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John G. Perez Jr.: A San Antonio Weapons Charges Lawyer You Can Rely On

Navigating state gun laws can be difficult, but an experienced criminal defense lawyer can give you the guidance you need to protect your rights, including your right to bear arms. Whether you’ve been charged with unlawful possession of a firearm or more severe firearm crimes, attorney John G. Perez Jr. has the expertise needed to achieve a satisfactory outcome in your case.

Being charged with a gun crime can carry with it considerable consequences. If you’re facing charges for weapons offenses, keep your rights and your freedom protected by getting help from a capable criminal defense attorney like John G. Perez Jr. Our legal team is ready to do whatever it takes to protect your best interests.


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Penalties for Gun Charges Under State and Federal Law

Gun owners are required to comply with a variety of requirements under state or federal law or face serious charges. Under the Texas penal code, both unlawful carrying and unlawful possession are misdemeanors with penalties of up to $4,000 and up to one year in jail. However, possession by a convicted felon is a third-degree felony with higher penalties. Assault with a deadly weapon is generally a second-degree felony with penalties of up to $10,000 and two decades in jail. Don’t risk becoming a convicted felon without a fight. Get help from a gun charge attorney you can trust, like lawyer John G. Perez Jr.

If you’ve been charged with a firearm offense, get help from San Antonio criminal defense lawyer John G. Perez Jr.

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