Texas Gun and Weapons Charges Defense
Would it surprise you to know that just about every steak knife you've ever used is considered a prohibited weapon in the state of Texas? It would probably surprise you to know the types of objects people can consider weapons.
At the Round Rock, Texas, law office of Dave Howard, Attorney at Law, I defend clients charged with gun and weapons charges. I have been defending citizens charged with criminal offenses since 1993, and have developed a strong reputation for success among judges and prosecutors as well as a proud history of reliable client service among my many former clients.
I will put my years of experience and resources behind your defense.
Used in a threatening manner, almost anything can potentially count as a weapon and significantly enhance other criminal charges. In fact, a weapon doesn't even need to be on your person to lead to an arrest; simply having an unlawful weapon within easy access can potentially lead to a criminal charge.
Among the weapons violations and criminal charges I defend people against, include:
- Unlawful carrying of a weapon
- Possession of a Prohibited Weapon
- Firearms violations
- Aggravated assault
- Felon in possession of a firearm
If you have been charged with a weapons violation, whether a misdemeanor or felony charge, then you need a lawyer. An unlawful weapon isn't just a gun or knife. You can be arrested and prosecuted for the possession or use of daggers, brass knuckles, illegal clubs, even rocks and bludgeoning objects.
My office and I are committed to helping citizens in trouble with the law. I believe strongly in the right of every person to have experienced and aggressive defense. I fight for you in and out of the courtroom. I represent clients in Williamson County and throughout Central Texas.
Schedule a free initial consultation with my office online by completing the form at the top right of this page for your free consultation or by phone at 512-218-7999.
(This message is for informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. Each case is different and you should talk to an attorney of your choosing.)