30 Years of Criminal Defense Experience in Media, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania, like many other states, requires individuals to obtain a permit if they wish to carry a concealed weapon. Even if you do not use the weapon you have committed a crime if you carry a concealed weapon, and the crime is not considered minor, it is considered a felony, as stated in the applicable statute:
Any person who carries a firearm in any vehicle or any person who carries a firearm concealed on or about his person, except in his place of abode or fixed place of business, without a valid and lawfully issued license under this chapter commits a felony of the third degree.
If you have been charged with carrying a concealed handgun without a permit in Pennsylvania, it is important that you obtain aggressive and knowledgeable legal assistance in fighting your charges.
The criminal defense attorneys of The Law Offices of John E. Kusturiss, Jr. can help. Each of us is a former prosecutor and, together, we have a combined three decades of legal experience. To contact us, call 610-565-0240.
The consequences of a conviction for carrying a concealed handgun in Pennsylvania will likely vary depending on the circumstances of the alleged incident and arrest. Was a minor involved? Does the accused have a prior record? What is the evidence and how strong is it? Does the weapon have an altered manufacturer’s number?
With our varied and extensive experience as former prosecutors and as defense lawyers, we can quickly determine the course of action that will point to your best-possible result. To schedule an appointment to discuss weapons charges in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, contact The Law Offices of John E. Kusturiss, Jr. at 610-565-0240.