Category: Weapons Charges

Facing accusations of gun crime in North Carolina can be a daunting and overwhelming experience. Understanding your rights and legal protections is crucial to ensuring a fair and just process. Whether you’re facing charges related to illegal possession, firearm trafficking, or other gun-related offenses, knowing your rights can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.

The Right to Remain Silent

When facing accusations of a gun crime, one of the most fundamental rights is the right to remain silent. The Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution protects you from [...]

Facing weapons charges in North Carolina can be a daunting and life-altering experience. The consequences of a weapons-related offense can be severe, whether it’s possessing a concealed firearm without a permit, carrying a weapon on school property, or using a firearm during the commission of a crime.

If you find yourself accused of a weapons charge in North Carolina, it’s crucial to understand the laws surrounding firearms and your rights as a defendant.

Understanding Weapons Charges in North Carolina

North Carolina has specific laws regulating firearms possession, use, and carrying. Common weapons charges [...]

Firearms crimes are serious offenses that carry significant legal consequences. In North Carolina, laws relating to firearms are enforced to maintain public safety and regulate the possession, sale, and use of firearms. North Carolina residents need to clearly understand these laws to avoid unintentional violations and protect their rights. 

One crucial aspect of firearms regulations in North Carolina is the concealed carry of handguns. Individuals must obtain a concealed carry permit (CCP) from their local sheriff’s office to carry a concealed handgun. The permit allows the holder to carry a concealed handgun in [...]

Firearms laws continue to be a contentious issue in the United States, and North Carolina is no exception. While the Second Amendment guarantees the right to bear arms, regulations and restrictions are still in place to ensure public safety.

In this blog post, we will explore the firearms laws in North Carolina, including the types of weapons charges that can result in serious legal consequences.

Regulations for Obtaining a Firearm in North Carolina

In our state, anyone who wants to purchase a handgun must first obtain a permit from their local sheriff’s office[...]

North Carolina U.S. Representative Richard Hudson has introduced in the new session of Congress a bill that would benefit those who carry concealed handguns in the U.S.The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, also known as H.R. 38, was introduced in early January. If it passes, then it could have a big impact on the Second Amendment rights for North Carolinians and people all across the country.

Here’s what you need to know about this proposed Act, how it could change things, and what the current laws are regarding the right to carry a [...]