Fort Bend County Weapon Offenses Attorney
Enlist the Help of an Experienced Former Prosecutor
While Texas laws often support the rights of citizens to carry guns, there
are still strict laws regarding the proper contexts where a person can
carry a weapon. When a person has been arrested for a weapon offense,
a conviction can affect their ability to own guns, and can even keep them
from employment—many employers equate weapons charges with
Texas weapon offenses include:
- Illegally owning or carrying a firearm
- Illegally selling a firearm
- Allowing a child access to an unsecured gun
- Improperly discharging a weapon
- Using a weapon to commit a crime
Texas became an open-carry state for handguns in 2016, but citizens still
need a concealed handgun license in order to open-carry. Occasionally
we’ll see citizens charged with a weapons offense after being frisked
for an unrelated reason—adding an extra penalty without added wrongdoing.
If you were arrested for unlawfully possessing or carrying a firearm,
turn to The Sims Law Firm for relentless, experienced defense of your rights.
Call (713) 766-1445 to schedule a free case consultation as soon as possible.
Experience On Both Sides of the Courtroom
As a former prosecutor,
Attorney Brandon Sims understands the strategies and tools prosecutors have at their disposal.
His investigative work aims to build your case as strongly as possible,
while challenging any overly harsh or unfounded charges from the prosecution’s
side. As a result of our firm’s results and strong relationship
with clients, we have won the 2015 Clients’ Choice Award from Avvo
for Criminal Defense.
Fort Bend criminal defense attorney will:
- Issue subpoenas
- Procure video and audio records
- Retrieve all relevant documents for your story
- Find relevant witnesses to strengthen your defense
- Conduct thorough legal research to build your case
Weapon offenses range from minor misdemeanor charges to aggravated felony
charges that come with life imprisonment. As an open-carry state, Texas
takes illegal possession of a weapon seriously—which is why you
should take your charges just as seriously. If you’ve been charged
with the unlawful possession or discharge of a weapon, call our Fort Bend
weapons offense lawyer as soon as possible to begin fighting for your rights.
Schedule your free, confidential case consultation by contacting The Sims Law Firm online. We are prepared to answer your
questions and defend your rights in court.