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brass knuckles possession Charged in Wisconsin? Lawyer up.

Brass knuckles are not covered by a concealed carry license in Wisconsin. Possessing brass knuckles in any capacity is illegal per Wisconsin Statute 175.60(1)(j). Possessing brass knuckles could lead to a Class A misdemeanor, with a possible penalty of fines up to $10,000, 9 months of jail time, or both.

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Penalties for Possession of Brass Knuckles Charges in Wisconsin

Possession in Wisconsin has multiple legal definitions. Possessing brass knuckles in Wisconsin is illegal. Regardless of your concealed carry license status, carrying brass knuckles is against the law. 

Possession of brass knuckles in Wisconsin

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Possession of Dangerous Weapons other than Firearms on School Premises

  • Any person who knowingly possesses or goes armed with a dangerous weapon on school premises is guilty of:
    • Class A misdemeanor
    • Class I felony, if the violation is the person's 2nd or subsequent violation of this section within a 5-year period, as measured from the dates the violations occurred

Possession of a Dangerous Weapon by a Person under 18

  • Any person under 18 years of age who possesses or goes armed with a dangerous weapon is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor

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In Wisconsin, how long does a Brass Knuckles charge stay on your record?

Owning 1 or 2 sets of brass knuckles and bringing them in a restricted area designated by Wisconsin law could lead to criminal charges that would remain on your record for life.