Fighting For Your Rights To Own And Possess Weapons

Citizens of the U.S. have a constitutional right to bear arms. However, there are extensive state and federal regulations concerning weapons. Violation of these gun laws could result in a felony conviction, jail time and fines. Conviction of a crime while carrying a gun may also result in enhanced penalties. And in certain circumstances, you may lose any conceal and carry rights as well as forfeiture of your hunting license.

At Huffman Butler & Mason, PLLC, we aggressively represent your Second Amendment rights to carry a weapon. As well as defending you from criminal charges, we know what steps to take to safeguard your right to own and carry weapons.

Providing You Experienced Legal Representation

When facing weapons charges, it is important to locate skilled legal counsel as soon as possible. Delay will only worsen your circumstances. The criminal defense attorneys at Huffman Butler & Mason, PLLC, provide representation regarding:

  • Possession or purchase of a weapon by a convicted felon
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Concealed weapons charges
  • Stolen weapons and guns
  • Unlicensed registration of weapons
  • Possession of sawed-off shotguns and automatic weapons
  • The buying or selling of weapons for another (also known as a straw purchase)
  • Possession of a weapon on federal property or in the vicinity of a school zone

Every weapons charge has its own unique circumstances. Our lawyers are here not only to fight to reduce or eliminate penalties, but to also advocate for your right to own and possess a weapon.

Looking Out For Your Future

When you are unable to carry a weapon, you obviously cannot participate in certain occupations such as being a security guard or law enforcement officer. We do everything in our power to prevent such charges from adversely impacting your job. We also fight for your right to pursue your personal interests such as hunting or participation in target shooting events.

The attorneys at Huffman Butler & Mason, PLLC, will discuss with you in detail all of your personal concerns. Besides discussing the criminal penalties you may face, we will discuss with you the kind of legal strategy that may help you retain access to any conceal and carry or hunting licenses.

Seek The Services Of A Qualified Gun Rights Attorney

To speak to an experienced attorney regarding your guns and weapons issues, please contact our offices by calling 901-410-0689 for a free consultation. From offices in Benton, Arkansas, and Covington, Tennessee, we provide representation throughout western Tennessee and Arkansas.