Weapons charges will often arise with other criminal allegations involving assault or drug crimes. Whether you are under investigation for a weapons charge or you have recently been arrested, it is important to know your rights.
What are the types of Weapons Crimes in Maryland?
What if you are caught with a Concealed Weapon?
Carrying a concealed weapon or a gun is a very serious charge in Maryland. These charges can carry significant jail time, even mandatory jail in some circumstances. Carrying an unlicensed firearm in Maryland may result in penalties up to 20 years in prison. Carrying a handgun in Maryland without a permit to carry is punishable by a minimum of 30 days in jail, and up to 3 years. Even if you have a permit in another state, it is not considered valid in Maryland.
We handle the following cases:
- Possession of a handgun
- Possession by a convicted felon
- Transportation of a handgun
- Assault and weapons charges
- Domestic violence and weapons charge
- Drug charges and use of weapon
Why Choose the Law Offices of Randolph Rice for your Criminal Defense?
Weapons cases can be complicated and difficult to litigate and defend. Weapons charges are strongly pursued by law enforcement and the state’s attorney for the jurisdiction in which the crime allegedly occurred.
If you have been charged or arrested for Weapons in Maryland, you need an experience, skilled, trusted, and knowledgeable Weapons criminal defense attorney. Without the assistance and help, you have little chance of winning your case, if it goes to trial.
At the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, we will conduct a thorough investigation into the details and specifics of the Weapons charges. We will formulate the most appropriate argument for your Weapons defense.
Often, the law enforcement agencies or State’s Attorney’s office for the county you are charged in will overlook an aspect of the case, if this happen, we will find other witnesses or evidence to present to the Court or state’s attorney’s office to support your side of the Weapons case. We will work with you and fight for your rights and freedoms.
Don’t Go to Court Alone. A criminal conviction can affect the rest of your life. You could spend years in jail, pay fines, Court costs and regret not having a professional attorney advising you on the best decisions in your criminal case. Call Attorney Randolph Rice at (410) 694-7291 to schedule a FREE criminal defense consultation. We have years of experience and we can put that knowledge to work in your criminal case.
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