Concealed Carry Lawyer in Madison - And Delta Defense's USCCA Conference Speaker
Concealed Carry: Legal in Dane County, Criminal Charges Are Still Possible
In the state of Wisconsin, you are required to have a concealed carry permit. Many buildings do not allow firearms inside. Areas like schools, bars and municipal buildings can press charges if you’re caught concealing a firearm inside the property.
Don’t let a criminal charge ruin your life. Hire the knowledgeable, experienced Milwaukee concealed carry defense attorney Tom Grieve to protect your rights. For more information on legal gun ownership in Wisconsin, Tom Grieve is a keynote speaker at Delta Defense USCCA conferences. Delta Defense provides education, training and self-defense insurance for responsible gun owners.
Illegally carrying a concealed weapon, carrying a firearm in a public building, or carrying a handgun where alcoholic beverages may be sold and consumed is Class A misdemeanor weapons charge. Wisconsin Class A misdemeanor penalties include:
- Up to 9 months in jail
- Fines up to $10,000
- Community service
Misdemeanor probation is a lighter sentence than jail time and you remain a free member of society, as long as you follow the guidelines given by the judge. You will likely be required to check in on a regular basis with a probation officer and inform him or her of any changes to your address, phone number, employment, or personal life. Failure to follow the guidelines may result in the judge extending the length of your probation, imposing new guidelines, or even handing down a jail sentence.
You are only guilty if you are convicted™
An experienced Madison gun lawyer will be able to advise you on your best options towards getting criminal concealed carry charges dropped or reduced.