East Grand Forks Weapons Charge Attorneys
Some of the most controversial debates in recent years have involved weapons laws and the right to own, carry and use certain weapons. With regulations constantly changing, it is important for any individual facing weapons crimes to have a criminal defense attorney who understands this nuanced area of law.
At Dusek Law we serve clients charged with weapons crimes throughout North Dakota and Minnesota from our offices in East Grand Forks. Our proactive, aggressive approach to defense representation allows us to build effective representation strategies that minimize negative consequences for clients.
Gun Rights Lawyers Serving Northwest North Dakota And Minnesota
Founding partner, attorney David Dusek, is dedicated to providing the high-caliber representation with personal service, to individuals facing a wide variety of weapons offenses, including:
- Reckless handling of a firearm
- Illegal sales of weapons or weapon accessories
- Illegal gun possession
- Intentionally discharging a firearm while endangering another
- Drive-by shootings
Weapons charges can carry penalties ranging from monetary fines to federal prison sentences, and should not be taken lightly. At Dusek Law we conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of every client’s situation, allowing us to pinpoint weaknesses in the prosecution’s arguments and build a strong defense that utilizes the best possible arguments and evidence.
Contact Dusek Law | Available 24 Hours A Day
We are available by telephone any time, day or night. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request. We accept credit cards and offer payment plans for select cases.
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