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Aggressive Representation After A Weapons Violation

While the constitution grants us the right to bear arms, there are still certain laws that we need to follow while owning a firearm. Violating these laws can result in severe consequences, including permanent loss of your right to own a gun.

Whether you are facing your first offense or not, you still need to have an experienced attorney at your side to defend you. Attorney Thomas H. Shiah is a Minnesota lawyer dedicated to defending his clients’ rights against criminal charges. He is proud to serve his community from his office of the Law Offices of Thomas H. Shiah, Ltd., in Minneapolis, and he is ready to represent you.

What Is At Stake In Your Case

Depending on the nature of your charges, you may be facing either a misdemeanor or a felony. A misdemeanor comes from actions like pointing a gun at someone, owning, making or selling metal knuckles, or endangering someone with a weapon or explosive, and the consequences can cost you a year in jail and up to $3,000 in fines.

A felony consists of actions like selling or owning silencers or other sound mufflers, as well as discharging a firearm inside of city limits. A felony offense can leave you with five or more years of prison and more than $20,000 in fines.

No matter what the details of your case, Mr. Shiah takes the time to get all the information he needs before developing several options that can help you protect your best interests. While negotiation can often provide favorable results in a timely manner, he is not afraid to put up a fight through litigation for his clients.

Let An Experienced Attorney Stand For You

If you are facing weapon or gun charges, the consequences can cost you years of your life, thousands of dollars, and more. Do not make the mistake of trying to beat your charges on your own. Contact attorney Thomas H. Shiah’s office by calling at 612-338-0066, or on his cellphone at 612-508-8787, or emailing the firm here to schedule your initial consultation. Act today to begin preparing for your tomorrow.