Gun Crimes Lawyer Serving Wisconsin

Gun Crimes Lawyer Serving Wisconsin

The possession of firearms in Wisconsin is less strictly regulated than in many other parts of the country, and the state requires no permit for the purchase of long guns or handguns and will issue a license for the concealed carry of handguns. These lax restrictions do nothing to limit the severe penalties in place for violation of federal gun crimes however, and conviction of such an offense can result in extremely serious consequences.

At Hart Powell, S.C., our legal team is committed to protecting the rights and interests of each client to the full extent of our abilities, and we work directly with each defendant in order to create a personalized defense strategy which best suits the circumstances of the case. To learn more about your rights and options for defense against federal gun crime charges, call our experienced Wisconsin gun crimes attorneys today at (414) 271-9595.

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    Gun Crimes We Represent

    While the personal possession of conventional firearms is not restricted in the state of Wisconsin, the unregistered possession of certain assault weapons and other controlled devices as per the National Firearms Act of 1968 (NFA) is. These controlled weapons include machine guns, short-barreled rifles, short barreled shotguns, silencers, and destructive devices, such as grenades, bombs, and other explosives. Our skilled attorneys are extremely familiar with the application of the NFA and other federal gun laws, and can advise and represent you in the event of any of the following charges:

    • Felony possession of a firearm
    • Sale of illegal firearms
    • Illegal trafficking of firearms
    • Assault with a deadly weapon

    Without adequate representation, you will likely be exposed to significant fines and extended imprisonment in the result of a conviction.

    Contact Us

    If you are facing felony gun charges in Wisconsin, it is essential that you seek out skilled and experienced legal representation in order to protect your rights and interests in court. For a free consultation with the Wisconsin gun crimes lawyers at Hart Powell, S.C., call our offices today at (414) 271-9595.

    Written by Michael Hart & Craig Powell

    Last Updated : January 18, 2024