Carrying a Concealed Weapon in Miami
The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees that the right to bear arms shall not be infringed upon. Despite what you may believe, that right is not absolute-Florida has placed heavy restrictions on carrying a weapon. To carry a weapon on or near your person in Florida, you must obtain a gun permit. As many criminal defense attorneys know, it is not a defense to claim that you are in the process of obtaining a permit at the time of an arrest. You have rights in the case, and no matter what type of evidence there may be against you, we can review the situation to find the best strategy for reducing the charges or clearing your name.
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The possible sentence for carrying a concealed weapon can range from a first-degree misdemeanor to a third-degree felony carrying prison time. Firearms charges can also cause civil penalties and problems at work or in family court, which is why you should consider hiring a South Florida carry concealed weapons criminal lawyer. Under the statute, it is fine to carry pepper spray or mace for use in self-defense.
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