Felons in Possession of a Firearm charges are very serious. Individuals accused of Possession of a Weapon by a Felon can look at 3 to 14 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.
Our Springfield Gun Defense Lawyers have successfully defended felons who were charged with possessing a gun or firearm throughout Central Illinois. No matter what Weapons crime you are facing, rest assured that the attorneys at the Noll Law Office have the experience and skills required to handle Gun, Firearm or Weapons case.
DNA Tests and Fingerprint Tests
Often times, prosecutors try to obtain DNA and Fingerprint evidence Possession of a Weapon by a Felon cases. The lawyers at the Noll Law Office are experienced with both DNA tests and Fingerprint Testing. Our criminal defense attorneys know how to analyze this evidence and use it to build a defense for our clients. Call our DNA and Fingerprint Criminal Defense Lawyers today at (217) 414-8889 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your rights.
Possession of Stolen Weapon Attorneys in Springfield, Illinois
Possession of a Stole Firearm is a felony offense in the State of Illinois. Depending on the number of weapons found and an accused’s criminal record, a person can face a mandatory prison term.
Our Springfield Gun Defense Lawyers have successfully defended clients who were charged with Possessing a Stolen Firearm throughout Central Illinois. Sometimes, people do not know that the weapon they have purchased was stolen. This is a viable defense to the crime. If you did not know the gun was stolen, contact one of our Criminal Defense Attorneys who have the experience and skills required to handle your weapons charges at (217) 414-8889.
Search and Seizure: Did the police illegally search you, illegally search your vehicle, or illegally search your home?
Our criminal defense attorneys investigate all of the facts and law regarding your case. Our lawyers review all weapons cases to determine whether the police searched you, searched your home or searched your vehicle in accordance with the law. In some cases, if the authorities did not follow the proper procedures, the court is required to dismiss the case. Do you believe that the authorities improperly searched your home, your vehicle, or your person? Contact one of our criminal defense attorneys for a free initial consultation to discuss the facts of your case.
Contact our Criminal Defense Lawyers
The criminal defense lawyers at the Noll Law Office offer free initial case consultations. Speak with one of our attorneys today at (217) 414-8889 to discuss your rights and your case.