Misconduct Involving A Weapon Charges in Arizona
According to Arizona state law, misconduct involving a weapon is a serious charge that can lead to very serious consequences. If you’ve been charged with a weapon-related crime, it will make a huge difference in your case, and your likelihood of success in court, to have an experienced Arizona criminal defense lawyer by your side.
Here at Tait & Hall, our team of Arizona criminal defense lawyers defend against many weapon-related charges, such as:
- Carrying a concealed weapon in furtherance of a “serious,” “violent” or any other felony offense OR carrying a concealed weapon and failing to inform a law enforcement officer of it when asked
- Carrying a concealed weapon when you’re under 21 years old
- Possessing a deadly weapon, or prohibited weapon, if the person is a “prohibited possessor”
- Selling or transferring a deadly weapon to a prohibited possessor
- Discharging a firearm at an occupied structure in order to assist, promote, or further the interests of a criminal street gang, a criminal syndicate or a racketeering enterprise
- Possessing a deadly weapon on school grounds
- Supplying, selling, or giving possession or control of a firearm to another person if the person knows or has reason to know that the other person would use the firearm in the commission of any felony
- Using, possessing, or exercising control over a deadly weapon in furtherance of any act of terrorism; possessing or exercising control over a deadly weapon, while knowing, or having reason to know, that it will be used to facilitate any act of terrorism
Arizona law outlines many other actions that could lead to charges of misconduct involving a weapon. Regardless of the complexity of your charges, the attorneys at Tait & Hall have the experience needed to represent you with the highest level of professionalism and care.
The Consequences of Misconduct Involving a Weapon in Arizona
Depending on the circumstances surrounding the alleged crime, charges for Misconduct Involving a Weapon may result in misdemeanor or felony charges.
As such, if you’re convicted of a misdemeanor, you could face up to six months’ jail and steep fines. If convicted of a felony, you could face years in jail and significant probation time, depending on classification and the circumstances.
These harsh punishments will require an experienced, aggressive attorney by your side. We promise to defend your rights and pursue a favorable outcome.
Arizona Criminal Defense Lawyers
At Tait & Hall, our lawyers have decades of experience and a considerable track record of success. We will thoroughly investigate your case to uncover a strong defense strategy for you.
Our Approach to Weapons-Related Cases
We know how to fight violent crimes charges and how to identify weaknesses in the state’s case against you. Further, with several former prosecutors on our criminal defense team, we hold an advantage that most criminal defense firms do not:
We know how the police and prosecutors work, can anticipate their next moves, and know what strategies will be most compelling in the courtroom. The attorneys at Tait & Hall can provide a distinct advantage in your case. Let us fight for YOUR rights— we promise to do so every step of the way.