Helping Clients Through Charges Of Firearms Cases
Increasingly, firearms violations are attracting the attention and efforts of state and federal law enforcement. In federal cases, investigators often rely on informants, plea bargains, and sting operations. As a result, evidence or testimony, the credibility of which is questionable, may be used. In order to put the prosecution on the defensive, criminal defense lawyer Jonathan J. Einhorn interviews eyewitnesses ignored by prosecutors while exposing actions on the part of federal law enforcement to entrap firearms violations. In cases involving the illegal possession of a firearm by a felon, someone with a restraining order against them, or the modification of a weapon, Mr. Einhorn explains to jurors extenuating circumstances that often play a role in why someone was found with a weapon.
Even if the evidence against you seems overwhelming, the actions, assumptions, and coached eyewitness testimony on the part of prosecutors can create weaknesses that undermine the case against you. To schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your case, contact weapons violation attorney Jonathan J. Einhorn today.
Charges Of Weapons Violations
The criminal defense law office of Jonathan J. Einhorn represents clients charged with the following:
- Possessing a firearm while on parole
- Possessing a firearm with a restraining order against you
- Violating your dealer’s license
- Failure to perform a background check (pawn shops, gun shows, etc)
- Modifying a semi-automatic to an automatic weapon
- Sawing off the barrel of a shotgun
- Possessing illegal ammunition
- Modifying ammunition
Contact Criminal Defense Lawyer Jonathan J. Einhorn Today
Investigators and prosecutors often rely on the element of surprise in weapons violation cases. Regardless of whether you are currently under investigation or have been arrested on weapons violation charges, understanding your rights is essential in preventing the prosecution from controlling the entire process.