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Denver Weapons Offense Attorneys
Types of Gun & Firearm Crimes in Colorado
Under Colorado’s criminal code, there are several crimes that can relate to the use of firearms or weapons. Whether the weapon is a gun, a knife, or an explosive device, a person can be found guilty of these offenses through the mere unlicensed possession of a certain weapon.
Colorado crimes that relate to firearms and dangerous weapons include:
- Possession of a dangerous weapon;
- Unlawful carrying of a concealed weapon;
- Unlawful possession of a weapon on school, college, or university grounds;
- Unlawfully providing a handgun to a juvenile;
- Possession or control of an explosive or incendiary device.
Have you been charged with a firearms or other weapons-related crime? Depending on the exact nature of the alleged crime, you may be facing a felony conviction. If successfully convicted, you spend years of your life in prison. Due to the intense nature of weapons-related crimes, it is in your best interests to find a qualified Denver weapon offense lawyer to defend you in any criminal proceedings.
At Fife Luneau, P.C., we are dedicated to protecting the due process rights of our clients, as guaranteed by the United States Bill of Rights and the Colorado State Constitution. We are dedicated to providing you with a comprehensive criminal defense strategy that is custom-tailored to address the specific circumstances and factors of your case.
Call Fife Luneau, P.C. at (720) 408-7130 or contact us online today for more information about your legal rights.
Serious Legal Issues Demand Serious Solutions
Colorado law highly regulates the possession and use of firearms and other dangerous weapons. If authorities have confronted you with charges related to the illegal or criminal use of a weapon, you should consult an experienced Denver weapon crimes attorney who has experience dealing with weapons offense cases.
At Fife Luneau, P.C., we have years of valuable courtroom experience defending against criminal charges such as firearms or weapons crimes. Whether the offense involves a low-level misdemeanor or a high-level felony, we will zealously advocate for your interests and rights at all stages of the criminal proceeding. From the arraignment to closing statements, you can count on us to support and guide you through criminal proceedings to ensure that your right to a fair trial isn’t infringed by government misconduct.
Call Fife Luneau, P.C. at (720) 408-7130 or visit us online to schedule a free consultation with a Denver weapon crimes lawyer.
Fife Luneau, P.C. is one of the most respected law firms when it comes to DUI and criminal related cases. We have a remarkable track record up and down the Front Range, successfully handling some of the most complex cases.
- Acquitted of All Charges DUI Acquittal
- Dismissed Careless Driving
- Dismissed Careless Driving
- Dismissed Attempted Murder, Assault, Menacing with a Deadly Weapon, Distribution of Marijuana
- Dismissed Assault in the Third Degree (Domestic Violence)
How should I choose a Denver criminal defense attorney?A: First and foremost, your lawyer should be confident and knowledgeable in their practice. You should always feel comfortable with discussing the details of your situation and your freedom and your rights should be your counsel’s top priority. At Fife Luneau, P.C., our team has a true passion for what we do, and our experience and zealous advocacy is a testament to this. We have a proven track record for results and will always fight for your best interest.
How much are your legal fees?A: Fife Luneau, P.C. handles cases on an upfront flat-fee schedule that is determined based on how severe your charges, how complex the case, and whether you need to go to trial. We will discuss all issues with you beforehand, and once you agree to our fees, we’ll hold your money in a trust on your behalf. This way we can focus on your matter and not on money. Our firm also accepts all major credit cards.
After an arrest, what are my rights?A: Every U.S. citizen is granted certain rights by the Constitution. These include the face that you are innocent until proven guilty, and that burden is put on the prosecution. After you have been charged, you have the right to a public trial, skilled counsel of your choosing or a court-appointed lawyer, if needed, the right to remain silent to protect yourself from incrimination, the right to cross-examine the accused, the right to testify, or not, and the right to an appeal.