Felon in possession of a firearm is a serious crime. If you have been convicted of a first-, second-, third- and fourth-degree crime, you are considered a felon. If convicted of felon in possession of a firearm, you face strict penalties. A minimum sentence is five years in prison without parole; maximum is 10 years in prison. These and other types of weapons offenses can cause serious harm to your future. An experienced attorney can begin building your defense immediately and protect your rights, freedoms and future.Skilled Essex County Criminal Defense Attorney With 27 years Experience
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There are recent changes in New Jersey gun laws that you must be aware of. New Jersey has changed illegal possession of firearms charges from a third-degree crime to a second-degree crime. This means a mandatory three years in jail if convicted. Contact us to learn more about these critical changes in gun laws and how they may affect you.Choose an Experienced Attorney to Protect Your Rights
Attorney Joseph D. Rotella is a certified criminal trial attorney and board certified as a criminal trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He is recognized as an expert in criminal cases, including firearms possession and other weapons crimes.
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