California has multiple distinct laws surrounding the use, possession, and operation of firearms. Punishment can range from simple misdemeanor charges resulting in jail time and/or up to a fine to more serious felony charges. Furthermore, most charges involving firearms are subject to gun enhancement statutes that can drastically add more years in imprisonment to the accused. It is extremely important for anyone who is facing weapons charges in California to obtain an attorney knowledgeable in these cases to provide guidance and assistance throughout this process. Call our office for a free consultation today.
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