Weapons charges are nothing to take lightly in Louisiana. In particular, a convicted felon in possession of a firearm is a very serious offense and could result in a 10- to 20-year sentence.
If you have been accused of illegal carry or discharge of a weapon, or if you are a felon accused of being in possession of a weapon, you need a hard-hitting team of lawyers and experts to prepare a comprehensive defense. Contact DeJean & Noland Law Office. immediately to discuss your case.
Guns and weapons charges can range from less serious misdemeanors to felony possession charges. Some charges are more straightforward, while others take citizens by surprise because they are unfamiliar with the law. Depending on the charge, it could result in time in prison, heavy fines or probation. Our team has years of experience working with prosecutors, law enforcement officials and judges all over the state. Our goal is to develop a strategy that delivers the best possible result to our clients.