Alaska Gun and Firearm Criminal Defense Attorney
The Second Amendment states that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. In the more than 200 years since the Bill of Rights was promulgated, the right to keep arm bear arms has been subject to an increasing number of laws and regulations that restrict the conditions under which a person may acquire, use, or possess a gun.
Alaskans take their right to own firearms seriously. People who are arrested for firearms offenses in Alaska typically are not hardened criminals. In many cases, they are people who have made mistakes or who did not under stand the web of provisions of the state and federal weapons laws.
Fighting State or Federal Firearms Charges in Alaska
At the Law Office of Ben Crittenden, we will thoroughly investigate your case. We will determine whether your constitutional rights were violated by examining the police procedure and the evidence. For instance, if you were in custody and the police did not read you your Miranda rights, we can argue that any statements you made should be suppressed. If you were in a vehicle, we can also argue that evidence should be suppressed if the police did not have probable cause to stop your vehicle. This is important because criminal convictions affect many areas of someone’s life, including employment applications. You need an Anchorage criminal defense attorney who will fight for your rights consistent with the values of our criminal justice system.
Our office has experience defending federal gun and firearm charges charged under 18 U.S.C. 924(c). If you have been charged with a 924(c) offense, you should contact our office. You can find more information about 924(c) offenses by following this link.
Contact the Law Office of Ben Crittenden for Assistance Restoring Your Gun Rights
At the Law Office of Ben Crittenden we work hard to get the best outcome in your case. To get more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced criminal defense lawyer regarding assault charges, please contact us at 907-771-9002, visit our frequently asked questions page, or our Blog page. We also represent individuals accused of state or federal drug crimes.