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Fight Firearms-Related Charges

If you are facing charges related to a weapons offense in Texas, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. A skilled criminal defense lawyer can help protect your rights and ensure that you get a strong chance at a favorable outcome in court.

At Daniel & Halstead in San Antonio, the attorneys can help you understand the potential consequences of a conviction and assist you in preparing a defense for charges and issues such as:

  • Unlawful possession of a firearm
  • The unlawful discharge of a firearm
  • Prohibited weapons
  • Places weapons prohibited
  • Unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon
  • Unlawful carrying of a handgun by license holder
  • Unlawful transfer of certain weapons
  • Firearm smuggling

Our lawyers have more than 65 years of combined criminal defense experience. Attorney Woody Halstead is a former prosecutor. Attorney Doug Daniel has more than 40 years of experience in criminal defense at both state and federal levels.

Avoid Harsh Penalties If Possible

Firearms violations are unique in that they may incur punishments that other types of crimes do not. Besides facing jail time or probation, a person who is convicted of a weapons offense may confront additional penalties that are determined by state and federal law. These penalties include:

  • Fines and restitution
  • Mandatory sentencing
  • Restitution payments to victims
  • Loss of one’s Second Amendment right to possess a firearm

Although the United States Constitution protects individuals’ rights to keep and bear arms, the courts have upheld some limitations that may impact when and where you can carry a gun.

Your defense attorney at Daniel & Halstead can help ensure that these limitations were not unfairly or inappropriately applied in your case.

Turn To Daniel & Halstead For Aggressive Defense

Consult with one of the firm’s weapons violations defense attorneys today before speaking with an investigator or taking any action regarding your case.

Call 210-987-5276 or send an email inquiry today to schedule a free case evaluation.