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For someone with no prior convictions, the penalty for concealing a gun without a permit in Brookfield, Wisconsin, could be a maximum fine of $10,000, 9 months in prison or both. For a felon who is convicted of concealing a gun without a permit, they could be penalized with up to 10 years in prison, a $25,000 fine or both.

If you are facing gun or weapons charges in Brookfield or Waukesha, call Grieve Law's criminal defense attorneys at (262) 786-7100 for a free case consultation. 

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Even if you think you are following the law, you may inadvertently run afoul of some of the less obvious requirements of Wisconsin’s gun laws. If you possess a legally obtained concealed carry license, you may still face criminal charges for carrying a concealed weapon if you are found to be concealing a weapon in certain buildings like schools, bars, and other municipal buildings. Carrying a concealed weapon is a class A misdemeanor that carries up to nine months in jail, a $10,000 fine, or both. You may also face criminal charges for being in possession of a firearm while under the influence of an intoxicant. Often, people arrested for an OWI with a legally concealed firearm on their person or in their vehicle will also face criminal charges for Intoxicated Possession of a Firearm. Even if a firearm is not on your person, you can face these charges if the firearm is in an area over which you exert physical control, such as in your vehicle or even in your home.  An intoxicated possession of a firearm charge does not require that you have the firearm outside of your home.  You can be charged with this offense if you are intoxicated at home. 

Waukesha gun lawyerIntoxicated possession of a firearm is a class A misdemeanor that carries up to nine months in jail and a $10,000 fine.

It is a class A misdemeanor to threaten safety by use of a firearm or other dangerous weapon. It is also a crime to intentionally point a firearm at another person.  Even if you believe you were justified in these actions, you may still face legal charges and the potential of jail time and other penalties. Our team of Waukesha gun attorneys can review your case and raise the best defenses to limit any consequences on your life, and work to get the charges reduced or dropped completely.

At Grieve Law, our Waukesha gun lawyers are uniquely qualified to protect you against incarceration, significant fines, and other life-altering consequences for weapons charges. Whether you are facing a misdemeanor charge for carrying a concealed weapon, felony charges for an unintentional discharge of a firearm, or any other gun charge, our attorneys can make sure that the consequences on your life are as minimal as possible. Our gun lawyers can navigate the Wisconsin gun laws to limit any potential current and future consequences.

Our Waukesha gun lawyers represent people on a wide variety of weapons charges. From carrying a concealed weapon, domestic violence, homicide, and reckless or unlawful use of weapons charges, our attorneys have the experience and knowledge to raise the best defense in your case.

The Wisconsin firearm lawyers at Grieve Law use years of experience and legal knowledge to protect your firearm rights. Tom Grieve is the same criminal defense attorney Brookfield, WI residents trust to handle their first offense DUI charges, drug possession charges, and other serious cases jeopardizing their rights and futures. When you don’t have an extensive understanding of the law, you could lose certain rights without ever knowing it. Utilizing our Wisconsin firearm lawyer for your case can prevent this.

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If you have been charged with a criminal offense, whether it’s a felony or a misdemeanor, or if you’re under a restraining order, your 2nd Amendment rights are in imminent danger. Federal and State law allows the government to look 'beyond the mere facts of conviction' and to the various documents and proceedings to establish the facts necessary to strip you of your firearm rights for life. In short, you could lose these rights for life without ever having been told. Worse yet, you may think you are protecting these rights, but in reality, something happens in your case and your firearm rights are gone forever. Even if you are just being investigated for a crime or were arrested on a completely unrelated offense, your case could come to bear on your 2nd Amendment rights. There are so many laws and so many ways in which your rights could be suspended or upended.

Tom Grieve is an experienced gun attorney and zealous 2nd amendment advocate with offices in Madison & Milwaukee. He helps Wisconsin gun owners with:

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Grieve Law is a Brookfield criminal defense law firm with the knowledge and experience to vigorously defend and protect your 2nd Amendment rights in court. Getting our Waukesha firearm attorney involved in your case early will result in a better outcome. Many of our best outcomes have come in instances where criminal charges were never even issued; they were instead resolved immediately with the prosecutors through agreements and deferrals.

Hiring Grieve Law can save you from making a costly mistake which could take years to fix once your case is complete. Protect your 2nd Amendment Wisconsin firearm rights with the help of renowned firearm attorney Tom Grieve and his legal team.

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How long do gun charges stay on my record?

A conviction for any gun offense, whether it is a misdemeanor or a felony, will remain on your record for the rest of your life. In addition to consequences of jail time and fines, you could also face temporary or permanent revocation of your concealed carry permit, and other rights related to possessing firearms. It is important to hire a skilled and knowledgeable gun attorney to help you avoid unwarranted, long-term consequences.

How do I beat a gun charge?

Every case is different, and the facts of your case will determine the best course of action to get your charges reduced or dismissed. Hiring a team of award-winning gun attorneys is the best way ensure that the best defenses are used in your case to reach the best outcome. Our experienced attorneys will review your case and look for ways to challenge evidence and defend against the allegations made against you.  Contact our team of Waukesha gun attorneys for a free consultation to discuss the options you have in your case.

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