Courts Take A Tough Stance Against Crimes Involving Weapons
A weapons crime conviction will change your life in many ways. Convicted felons are not allowed to carry firearms, and they face significant punishments if caught with a weapon. If you are unable to carry a weapon, it can affect your ability to get a specific job, special clearances for jobs and more.
If you are charged with a weapons offense, you can turn to Herring Law Center, PLLC, for help. We represent people in North Carolina facing serious criminal offenses, including weapons charges. Led by attorney Renorda Pryor, we offer our clients highly personalized attention, assertive representation and commitment. We recognize the severity in facing criminal offenses and pledge to stand by you.
Weapons Charges May Be Combined With Other Criminal Charges
Weapons charges are almost always felony charges, and a felony conviction has steep consequences. It affects your future in many ways. At Herring Law Center, PLLC, we try to mitigate the negative consequences and work out a resolution that is in your best interest.
Mrs. Pryor handles a broad range of cases involving:
- Possession of a firearm by a felon
- Illegal ammunition
- Assault rifles charges
- Illegal possession of a firearm
- Armed robbery and other offenses that involve the threat or use of a weapon
- Weapons offenses involving the internet
We often see many weapons offenses that have happened because of pictures posted on the internet, threats on the internet and social media sites such as Facebook. We are knowledgeable of how internet crimes go hand-in-hand with weapons charges and what defense strategies are likely to reach successful outcome if your case involves an internet crime.
Gun And Weapons Charges Require A Tough Defense
If you are facing a weapons charge or another criminal offense, contact our firm at 919-891-8770 to schedule a free initial consultation. Jail visits are available by request. We serve clients throughout North Carolina with our office in High Point.