Gun Crimes

The most difficult aspect of representing someone charged with a gun crime is that generally speaking federal laws provide stiff penalties for individuals found guilty of federal firearms violations.

I started representing felons in possession of a firearm which is the most common gun crime charged. I ended up going to trial in a lot of felon in possession cases because my client would be charged in the underlying drug crime. I was surprised at the number of cases where my client was alleged to possess a firearm, but the evidence lacked any fingerprints found on the firearm.

I have successfully represented clients charged with illegally possessing/selling firearms, being a felon in possession of a firearm, illegal possession of automatic weapons, and possession of a weapon in connection with a drug crime and possession of prohibited firearms.

While at first blush there doesn’t appear to be very much leeway in what can be done to help my client charged with a gun crime, I have seen that by fighting hard for my client generally produces good results.

in Possession

U.S.A. v. McGrath



Career Criminal

U.S.A. v. Wicker



Possession of Weapon
in Connection with Drug Crime

U.S.A. v. White

Superceding Indictment

Plea Agreement

Possession of Prohibited Firearms
U.S.A. v. Traub


Illegal Possession of Automatic Weapon
U.S.A. v. Owens

Sentencing Memorandum

Possession of Weapon
in Connection with Drug Crime

U.S.A. v. Matthews

Sentencing Memorandum

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