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If an arrested or charged person is in possession of a firearm and was previously convicted of a felony, they may face a felony weapons charge as well.
A felony weapons charge is an additional charge on top of existing charges, and affects repeat offenders.
Suppose you ever find yourself facing a weapons charge that is a felony. In that case, you will want to have an attorney who can help with these situations, helping to minimize or eliminate the additional penalties that you face based on your past behavior. Michael Harbeson is a Washington defense attorney who can give you your best chances when you’re facing a felony weapons charge.
Whatever you’ve done to find yourself facing a felony weapons charge, be sure to get it taken care of immediately. Any delays could leave you in a worse position to fight your legal problems down the road!
Being charged with a weapons offense or gun violation in Washington State can be very frightening, especially for first-time offenders. The unlawful possession of a firearm is a felony and is often prosecuted very aggressively with brutal consequences. These consequences may involve serious jail time.
|Misdemeanor||0 to 90 days||Up to $1,000|
|Gross Misdemeanor||90 days to 1 year||Up to $5,000|
|Class B Felony||1 years to 3.5 years||No limit|
|Class C Felony||Up to 1 years||Up to $10,000|
Regardless of the degree charged the goal remains the same. We will help you avoid conviction on a criminal charge, but perhaps more importantly, keep you out of jail.