Naperville Gun Charges Defense Lawyers
Illinois Criminal Defense for Weapon Charges
Most people are not aware of the strict gun control laws that Illinois has for carrying an unconcealed weapon in their car. Even though a Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) card would allow a person to carry a gun, Illinois's gun laws mandate that the weapon must be unloaded and concealed in a firearm carrying case. Anyone who fails to follow these statutes, written under the Unlawful Use of Weapons (UUW) in the Criminal Code, faces Class 4 Felony charges.
At Donahue, Sowa & Magana, we are skilled criminal defense attorneys who are recognized by our peers as one of the top AV Peer Review Rated attorneys. We are also highly rated by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. With over 40 years of criminal trial defense experience combined, we are able to represent clients for various criminal offense charges at all levels in the Illinois court system.
Have You Been Charged with Carrying an Unconcealed Weapon?
Weapons charges usually occur when a police officer pulls someone over for a traffic ticket. Depending on the circumstances, a police officer may find that a gun is being improperly used or transported in your car. If this is the case and this has happened to you or someone you know, a weapons charge defense attorney should be called immediately.
Donahue, Sowa & Magana is one of the oldest criminal defense law firms in DuPage County, Illinois. Our weapons charge defense lawyers are skilled at breaking down a case and getting the facts straight. We provide strong, aggressive defense representation to clients throughout Illinois.
Contact Our Weapons Charge Defense Attorneys to Learn More
Contact Donahue, Sowa & Magana, located in St. Charles and Naperville, DuPage County, Illinois, if you have been charged with unlawful use or carry of a weapon. We are available to offer you legal guidance during a free initial consultation. Call us in our St. Charles office at 630-513-0109, or in our Naperville location at 630-505-5200.