Carrying a Concealed Weapon

Carrying a Concealed Weapon or a Gun Without a Gun Permit Carrying a Concealed Weapon

Carrying a concealed weapon is a common charge throughout North Carolina, especially in Charlotte and Concord. It is most frequently associated with guns and routinely happens when someone is pulled over and subsequently searched and a weapon is discovered. However, sometimes it will be uncovered in other circumstances. The nature of the charge however, does lend itself to cases involving searches. This means one of the common ways we challenge these charges is to challenge the search itself. Illegal searches are a constant concern when dealing with law enforcement officers, because even the best most well trained officers will make a mistake. This charge can also be challenged on other grounds and we would love the opportunity to sit down with you and discuss your case. Each case has a different set of facts and requires its own unique analysis. Carrying a concealed weapon is a class 2 misdemeanor for first time offenders, but escalates to an I felony on a second offense. It is important you fight these charges and do not let the charges go on your record.

At The Olsinski Law Firm we pride ourselves in our experience and passion when it comes to all aspects of criminal defense cases. Our offices have dedicated attorneys ready and able to assist you in your current charge. A criminal defense attorney at our office knows you have to fight in order to win carrying concealed weapons charges, so that is exactly what we do. We offer payment plans and free consultations, give us a call at either officer, Charlotte or Concord and talk to an attorney today.

Contact a Charlotte criminal defense attorney or Concord criminal defense lawyer if you would like representation for your carrying a concealed weapon charge.