Gun Crime Lawyers in Delaware

We are Gun Crime Lawyers in Delaware. In America, many of our citizens value their rights granted by the Second Amendment of the Constitution allowing them to keep and bear arms. We receive these rights by birth, but they can easily be taken away from us for a number of reasons.

In the United States, one third of the citizenship admits owning one or more guns. There are roughly three hundred million guns in this country, enough for every man, woman and child. Many guns are owned by law abiding citizens, but there are some guns, whose owners have lost their rights to possess them because of being convicted of a crime or having an unstable mental condition. Some citizens might be unaware of losing their rights and may end up in trouble with law enforcement and the court system.

Here is a list of common gun laws that you may find yourself facing. Rest assured that the Lawyers at Schwartz and Schwartz are experienced and capable of dealing with these gun related laws and issues.

Gun Crime Lawyers in Delaware

Gun Crime Lawyers in Delaware

Carrying a concealed deadly weapon without license to do so: This crime involves being in possession of a concealed deadly weapon, but not having a permit to do so. Carrying a handgun concealed without a Concealed Carry Permit would fall under this charge. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1442

 Possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony: This crime involves a firearm being used during a felony crime. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub chapter VII, Sub Section 1447A

Possession of a deadly weapon by person prohibited: This crime involves a person buying a firearm, even though he or she are unable to do so because their gun ownership rights were revoked. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1448

Licensed dealer failure to perform background check on unlicensed person: This crime involves a gun dealer not performing the required background check required for gun ownership. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Section 1448A

Sale of firearm to unlicensed person without doing a background check: This crime occurs when a citizen sells or transfers a firearm to another person without completing the required background check on the person receiving the firearm. Delaware Code Title 11, chapter 5, Sub chapter VII, Sub Section 1448B

Receiving a stolen firearm: This crime occurs when a person has a firearm or firearms in their possession that have been reported stolen. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1450

Theft of a firearm: This crime occurs when a firearm is stolen by an individual or individuals from another individual. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1451

Giving a firearm to a person prohibited: This crime occurs when a firearm is given to a person who is not allowed to possess a firearm.  Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1454

Buying a firearm for a person prohibited: This crime occurs when a firearm is purchased for a person who is prohibited from owning a firearm by a person who is lawfully allowed to purchase such firearm. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1455

Unlawfully permitting a minor to access a firearm: This crime occurs when a firearm is made readily available to a minor. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1456

Possession of a weapon in a school zone: This crime occurs when you are in possession of a firearm in a designated school zone. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1457

Removing a firearm from the possession of law enforcement: This crime occurs when a person removes a firearm from the control of law enforcement. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1458

Possession of a weapon with a removed or altered serial number: This crime occurs when a person is in possession of a firearm that has had its serial number removed or altered. This applies even if the person in possession was not the person who removed or altered the serial number.  Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1459

Possession of a firearm under the influence of drugs or alcohol: This crime occurs when you are in possession of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1460

Failure to report a lost or stolen firearm within 7 days after discovery of loss: This crime occurs when you have a firearm lost or stolen but fail to report it to the proper authorities within 7 days of the date the loss occurred. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1461

Stalking with a deadly weapon: This crime occurs when you are stalking another person or persons with a firearm or other deadly weapon.  Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1312

Riot with a deadly weapon: This crime occurs when you attend or are involved in a riot situation with a firearm or other deadly weapon.  Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1302

Possessing a destructive weapon, which covers machine guns, silencers and sawed-off shotguns: This crime occurs when you have in your possession a machine gun, silencer, or if you have a sawed-off shotgun in your possession. Delaware Code Title 11, Chapter 5, Sub Chapter VII, Sub Section 1444

If you have been arrested and charged with a violation of any of these laws in the State of Delaware, please contact us for a free consultation with one of our experienced gun crime lawyers.

Gun Crime Lawyers in Delaware

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