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Concealed Carry And Weapons Violations Defense Lawyer

In Kentucky, an individual may carry a concealed deadly weapon if he or she obtains a permit called the Concealed Deadly Weapons License (CDWL). This permit applies to more than just handguns, although it is commonly associated with firearms. If you obtain a CDWL, you are lawfully allowed to carry weapons such as knives, clubs, brass knuckles, etc. A CDWL must be renewed every five years to remain valid.

Understanding Gun Laws And Your Rights

Kentucky gun laws can be difficult to follow and keep up with. An individual must thoroughly understand how his or her weapons are classified and what types of permits are required to lawfully possess them. It is easy for a law-abiding or well-intentioned citizen to end up needing experienced weapons violation defense as a result.

Whether you knowingly committed a weapons violation or did so by accident, speak with a lawyer who can walk you through the legal process and defend against gun charges in the criminal justice system.

We, at Kevin Moser Law, PLLC, help people who are charged with crimes such as:

  • Possession of an illegal firearm, such as an automatic weapon or machine gun
  • Violent crimes associated with weapons, such as aggravated assault or aggravated robbery
  • Drug crimes associated with weapons or firearms
  • Unauthorized concealed carry

Felon In Possession Of A Firearm

It is important to note that if an individual is convicted of a felony, he or she no longer has the right to own or possess a firearm. No state official can revoke this. Only federal authorities can return the right to bear arms to a convicted felon.

Defense of your constitutional rights starts the moment you have been charged with a crime. Do not hesitate to contact our firm in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky, to discuss your case directly with an experienced attorney. Mr. Moser will work with you personally to answer your questions and provide quality defense counsel when you need it most.

We can be reached online or by telephone at 859-905-0814 (toll-free at 866-586-7577) to arrange a free initial consultation.

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