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Idaho Weapons Gun Charges Defense Lawyer

Idaho Defense of all Gun Charges If you or someone you care about is facing firearms charges, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney protecting your rights. Gun charges, particularly at the federal level, come with severe penalties.

Martens Law Office in Boise, Idaho, has extensive experience defending people from gun charges. You have a constitutional right to bear arms, and attorney Jared Martens will aggressively defend your rights from overzealous prosecutors.

Defend your right to bear arms. Contact Martens Law Office today to arrange your free initial consultation.

Martens Law Office handles a broad range of gun crimes at the state and federal level including:

  • Felony possession of a firearm
  • Misdemeanor display of firearm
  • Unlawful possession of a firearm
  • Discharge of a Firearm in City Limits
  • Carrying a concealed weapon without a license
  • Carrying a concealed weapon while intoxicated

You Need a Permit to Carry a Concealed Weapon

While you need a permit to carry a concealed weapon in Idaho, it is not always applied consistently. Often times, during a DUI arrest or a drug search, a weapon sitting under the seat in a vehicle will be considered by police to be a concealed weapon. This can result in severe penalties if convicted. If this or something similar has happened to you, attorney Jared Martens has the skills to work hard on your behalf and provide sound legal advice in difficult situations.

A Gun Conviction Means Severe Penalties

If you are convicted of a gun crime, you are facing stiff penalties. For instance, felony possession of a firearm can put you in prison for up to five years. Even a misdemeanor offense such as display of a firearm can lead to six months in jail. If you are charged at the federal level, the penalties increase even further.

To discuss your legal options with an experienced criminal defense attorney, contact Martens Law Office to arrange a free initial consultation.

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