Weapons Charges (UUW)

Chicago Weapons Charge Attorney

Illinois has very strict gun control laws, it is the only state that does not operate under a specific condition regarding the carry of concealed firearms. If you do not own a FOID (Firearm Owners Identification) card, you cannot carry a weapon in your car. If you have a FOID card, you can carry a gun anywhere in your vehicle as long as the gun is enclosed in a case or other container and it is unloaded. Carrying an uncased gun under the car seat or in the glove compartment is cited as unlawful use of a weapon (UUW). You must also register any firearms with their local police department. In certain circumstances, UUW is a class 4 felony, punishable by one to three years in prison.

Even if you are firmly convinced of your right to own a firearm or any other weapon, if you are facing a weapons charge, you will want the very best Chicago weapon charges attorney possible arguing on your behalf.

Whatever the issues are surrounding your weapons charge, at Goldman & Associates, we know that misunderstandings and false allegations can spring up when it comes to weapon charges. We also know that the best way for you to defend yourself against such allegations is to have an experienced and knowledgeable Chicago weapon charges attorney defending you in court. Because we have years of experience in defending clients just like you from weapons charges, we can bring our proven track record to bear on your case and provide you with quality legal counsel. Your Chicago weapon charges attorney will evaluate your case and advise you as to what steps would best serve you. If you decide to work with us as your Chicago weapon charges attorney, you can be assured that we will always treat you with respect and give your case the time and attention that it deserves.

Contact Goldman & Associates if you or a loved one is facing Chicago weapon charges. Our Chicago weapon charges lawyers will work tirelessly to get your charges reduced or even dropped. Call 847.215.2600 or 773.484.3131 to schedule your free consultation with an experienced Chicago weapon charges attorney.


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