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CONCEALMENT OF A FIREARM OR WEAPON

CONCEALMENT OF A FIREARM OR WEAPON

Carrying concealed firearm or weapon without the proper license comes with strict state penalties in Pennsylvania. Taking the steps necessary to make certain that this does not become a situation that affects your life negatively is of paramount importance.

In a case such as this, a well-developed defense can help by clarifying the circumstances of the case. Using a capable criminal defense attorney will give you the legal resource needed to ensure that you are approaching the process in the correct manner.

West Chester Concealment of a Firearm Attorney

As an experienced and knowledgeable Pennsylvania criminal defense attorney, Michael J. Skinner is well-positioned to provide excellent client service while developing a strong defense strategy to make sure all bases are covered during the criminal process. Handling every aspect of your case personally, Michael is dedicated to giving you a greater opportunity to get your charges reduced or completely dismissed. Committed to protecting your rights, Michael J. Skinner will proudly represent you in a professional yet aggressive manner.

If you or a loved one is currently dealing with a concealment of a firearm or weapon charge in southeastern Pennsylvania, including the surrounding counties of Chester and Delaware, call the Skinner Law Firm at (610) 436-1410 or send an online message to schedule a risk-free and confidential consultation today.


Concealment of a Firearm or Weapon under Pennsylvania Law

Pennsylvania Consolidated Statute §6106 defines the offense of concealment or a firearm or weapon as:

Any person who carries a firearm in any vehicle or any person who carries a firearm concealed on or about his person, except in his place of abode (residence) or fixed place of business, without a valid and lawfully issued license commits a felony of the third degree.

A felony in the third degree in the state of Pennsylvania comes with a presumptive sentence of up to 7 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $15,000.

According to Pa. Cons. St. 6106, certain individuals are permitted to carry firearms without a license. These people include, but are not limited to:

  • Constables,
  • Sheriffs,
  • Prison or jail wardens,
  • Members of the military,
  • Anyone engaged in target shooting,
  • Officers or employees of the United States
  • Agents of common carriers,
  • Any person engaged in the business of manufacturing, dealing or repairing firearms.

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Chester County Concealment of a Firearm Arrest Lawyer

The Skinner Law Firm provides its professional legal experience to individuals who have been charged with a concealment of a firearm offense in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Criminal defense lawyer Michael J. Skinner will use his comprehensive knowledge of Pennsylvania’s Firearms laws to advocate for your particular circumstance. Contact the Skinner Law Firm for a free consultation today at (610) 436-1410.

Michael proudly represents individuals in and around the cities of West Chester, Coatesville, Downingtown, Oxford, Chester, Yeadon, Lansdowne, Darby, Lancaster, Ephrata, Elizabethtown, Columbia, Norristown, Pottstown, Lansdale and Collegeville, among many others.

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