Gun Crimes Attorneys in Tulsa
We Can Defend you against Felony Charges!
The right to keep and bear arms is protected by both the U.S. and Oklahoma constitutions, but there are still many laws that govern who can own a gun and how guns can be bought, used, and transported in the state. If you are charged with a gun crime, you may be facing anything from a relatively minor misdemeanor to a serious felony with decades or life in prison.
How We Can Help
At Enlow Law, we help clients defend against criminal accusations after they’ve been arrested for a gun crime. Whether your accusers believe you possessed or used a gun in an unlawful manner, or while committing another crime, our Attorneys in Tulsa can support your defense. With our assistance, you may be able to mitigate your responsibility for allegations against you or achieve the best possible outcome under the given circumstances.
Rest assured that Enlow Law’s attorneys provide each client with the personalized legal support they need. If you are facing charges for any kind of gun crime, reach out to us for a consultation.
FELONY GUN CRIMES IN OKLAHOMA
Although Oklahoma is more relaxed in its gun laws than other states may be, there are still plenty of laws that make it a felony to use or possess a gun under certain circumstances.
There are obvious examples of crimes involving guns that are felonies, such as using them with the intent to kill or injure, or while committing a separate felony at the same time. It is also felonious for those previously convicted of a separate felony to possess a firearm, as well as delinquents and undocumented immigrants.
Other criminal acts that may be charged as felonies include the following:
- Giving firearms to someone who cannot legally own one
- Pointing a loaded or unloaded gun to frighten, threaten, or cause injury
- Firing a gun into a house, business, or public building
- Owning or manufacturing prohibited types of ammunition
- Carrying a gun into a place where liquor is consumed, regardless of permits for open or concealed carry
As a reminder, a felony is punishable by at least one year in state or federal prison with the potential for life sentences. That means a conviction of any of the crimes described above and others can mean years of your life behind bars and never being allowed to own a gun again.
Needless to say, being charged with a felony gun crime is a very serious situation involving strict penalties. If you have been charged, reach out to our gun crimes attorneys in Tulsa for help. We can defend against your charges and potentially mitigate your responsibility for criminal accusations against you.
Contact Us for Legal Assistance
At Enlow Law, we can help people who are accused of serious crimes, including felonies. If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, reach out to us for help. Our gun crimes attorneys in Tulsa offer a free initial consultation to help you understand how our services may help you with your legal situation.