Your Wisconsin Gun Lawyer
The Gun Lawyers Milwaukee and Southeast Wisconsin Trusts for Legal Advice and Powerful Results
Milwaukee gun lawyer, Tom Grieve of Grieve Law LLC, is uniquely qualified to handle Wisconsin gun charges. As a lifetime NRA member, avid hunter, gun owner, instructor and competitor Tom Grieve has a nuanced understanding of Wisconsin gun laws and a passion for protecting your Second Amendment rights. Our Milwaukee gun lawyers have an intricate knowledge on how to expertly navigate Wisconsin gun laws to reduce or drop the charges you’re facing.
You Are Only Guilty If You Are Convicted ®
Grieve Law LLC Milwaukee gun lawyers protect you against damming marks on your criminal record, jail or prison time, hefty fines and other serious life-altering consequences. Whether you’re facing a felony weapons charge, a misdemeanor battery charge, or just need detailed and accurate information on Wisconsin Concealed Carry laws, NFA Gun Trusts or the Wisconsin Castle Doctrine our Milwaukee gun lawyers are here to help.
Grieve Law LLC Milwaukee gun lawyers defend a wide range of Wisconsin weapons charges including:
- Illegally Carrying a Concealed Weapon Charges
- Domestic Violence Charges
- Felony Weapons Charge and Felony Gun Charges
- Sexual Assault Charges
- Homicide Charges
- Reckless or Unlawful Use of a Weapons Charges
- Unlawful Sale of a Firearm Charges
- Assault with a Deadly Weapon Charges
- Illegal Discharge of a Firearm Charges
- Intoxicated Use of a Firearm
Possession of a firearm silencer, machine gun, short-barreled shotgun or short-barreled rifle is a Class H felony in Wisconsin, and includes the following penalties:
- Fine up to $10,000
- Prison sentence up to 6 years
- Or both
- Maximum initial prison stay of 3 years
- Maximum extended supervision of 3 years
Felony prison sentences in Wisconsin are divided into a term of initial confinement and extended supervision. If you have been charged with a felony in Wisconsin, you should contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately.
You are still innocent if you are charged with a crime™
Gun Lawyers for Milwaukee, Waukesha, & Southeast Wisconsin
With the recent changes in Wisconsin gun laws, many people applied for a concealed carry license without learning the full requirements of the law. There are severe, life-changing consequences for intentional or accidental violations. If you choose to carry a gun, a good defense lawyer is a necessity. Grieve Law will defend you against criminal prosecution charges for concealed carry charges, intoxicated possession of a firearm or endangering safety by negligent use.
Tom Grieve offers free initial consultations to people accused of crimes, including:
- Manufacturer to register machine guns
- Machine guns and other weapons
- Possession of short−barreled shotgun or short−barreled rifle
- Possession of a firearm
- Possession of body armor
- Use or possession of handgun & armor−piercing bullet during crime
- Restrictions on use of facsimile firearms
- Sale or distribution of imitation firearms
- Firearm silencers
- Possession of a weaponized drone
Concealed Carry: Legal in Wisconsin, Criminal Charges Are Still Possible
With Milwaukee becoming more dangerous, more people are opting to carry a concealed firearm. 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.
An experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to advise you on your best options towards getting the following charges reduced or dropped:
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.
An experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to advise you on your best options towards getting the following charges reduced or dropped.
You Are Only Guilty If You Are Convicted®
Intoxicated Possession of a Firearm: Don’t Drink and Carry
Intoxicated possession of a firearm is a crime in the state of Wisconsin. If you have any trace of a restricted controlled substance in your system, you cannot legally have a firearm in your possession. If you are caught, it’s a class A misdemeanor which disrupts your life and can make it incredibly difficult to find employment. When you’re facing fines and jail time, it’s important to have an experienced attorney with extensive knowledge of Wisconsin gun laws. Grieve Law should be your first call.
Endangering Safety by Negligent Use: Pointing a Gun Can Be a Crime in Wisconsin
Threatening safety by use of a firearm or other dangerous weapon is a class A misdemeanor in the state of Wisconsin. Intentionally pointing a gun at someone is a crime. If you are charged with endangering safety by negligent use, contact the Milwaukee gun defense attorney at Grieve Law for powerful representation.
Whether you’re facing misdemeanor weapons charges, felony gun charges, or you just want to be thoroughly informed on your Wisconsin gun rights, set up a free legal advice consultation with our Milwaukee gun lawyers.
An experienced Milwaukee gun lawyer qualified to handle Wisconsin gun charges will be able to advise you on your best options towards getting the following charges dropped or reduced.