Gun Crimes Near Stillwater Call For An Experienced Attorney
Minnesota has strict gun laws. If you have been charged with a gun-related crime, you need a serious criminal defense attorney protecting your rights, your record and your freedom. At the Thole Law Firm, attorney Eric Thole has more than 20 years of criminal courtroom experience. Clients turn to him when they want an experienced, effective attorney who will take their criminal gun charges seriously.
Resolving Weapons Charges In Hudson And Beyond
If you’ve been charged with a gun offense – such as assault with a gun or unlawful possession of a firearm – you need a strong, experienced criminal defense attorney protecting your interests.
At the Thole Law Firm, attorney Eric Thole strives to keep his clients two steps ahead. As a former Stillwater and Cottage Grove city attorney and former assistant Washington County prosecutor, Mr. Thole knows the steps the prosecution will likely take when building its case against you. He also knows how to build strong legal defense strategies that aim to break its case apart.
He defends clients against a wide range of gun-related offenses, including:
- Possessing a gun without a permit
- Recklessly handling of a firearm
- Possessing or selling a silencer
- Furnishing a gun to a minor without parental consent
- Possessing a gun on school property
- Negligently storing a firearm
- Removing or altering serial numbers
Unlawful Possession Of A Firearm
In Minnesota, if you have been convicted of a felony, or any other criminal offense – including domestic assault, certain drug charges, gang activity or other crimes of violence – you have lost your right to own or possess a gun.
If caught unlawfully possessing a gun, you will be charged with a felony. If convicted, you face up to $30,000 in fines and up to 15 years in prison.
Get A Free Consultation About Your Options
At the Thole Law Firm, attorney Thole provides clients with the strong legal representation they need to overcome their criminal charges and pursue the best outcome possible. Contact a Stillwater gun crime lawyer today at 651-300-7389. Initial consultations are free.