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Possible legal challenges if facing weapons charge in California

California laws regarding weapons are rather complex. Sometimes, gun owners do not realize that they are breaking a particular law. It is also possible that a weapons charge may not involve a gun at all; situations involving objects used in martial arts, knives and other items can lead to weapons charges, too.

A person accused of a crime involving a weapon will want to gain a clear understanding of state and federal laws and determine what options might be available to craft a strong defense. On many occasions, the assistance of an experienced attorney has been known to help in obtaining a reduction of charges or dismissal of a case. The Law Offices of Jess C. Bedore III are dedicated to serving those charged with weapons violations, including unlawful sale of a firearm, possession of an assault weapon and other similar offenses.

It is crucial to make certain that the charges filed match the circumstances. A skilled attorney can ascertain such information, such as whether a weapon in question is actually an assault weapon if charges make such a claim. It is also possible, in certain circumstances, to avoid an actual possessions charge when a firearm is found in a vehicle, rather than on a person.

Attorneys at the Law Offices of Jess C. Bedore III have more than half a century of combined experience defending clients throughout California. If you are facing a weapons charge and would like legal guidance in the matter, you may schedule a consultation by calling the toll free number available on our website. We are prepared to build a strong defense and act on your behalf throughout the legal process in order to help you obtain the most positive outcome possible in court.

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