Orlando Weapons Offenses Lawyer
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The Florida Legislature takes firearms and weapons offenses cases very seriously. Their intent to prosecute these cases seriously can be seen in the penalties that include minimum-mandatory sanctions and the 10-20-LIFE statute.
Anytime a firearm is used in the commission of a felony, or is the subject matter of the crime, Prosecutors will often seek the harshest penalties available to them. If you are accused of using a firearm in the course of a robbery, assault or drug trafficking case, the State may seek increased periods of incarceration through enhancements on the criminal punishment scoresheet. Furthermore, simply being in possession of a firearm while as a convicted felon could subject you to a minimum-mandatory period of incarceration.
Use of a firearm in the commission of a felony will also subject you to the 10-20-LIFE law. Pursuant to Florida Statute §775.087, any person who is convicted of an enumerated offense is subject to a minimum mandatory sentence of:
Gun and Firearm Defense
Attorney Michael Zmijewski has represented many clients charged with weapons offenses over the course of the past decade. He has handled everything from Possession of a Concealed Firearm to Murder. In every case involving a firearm, Attorney Zmijewski will carefully comb through the evidence looking for possible defenses to the charge. Potential defenses in a weapons offense case might include:
To discuss your case with a strong, hard-hitting criminal defense lawyer, call (407) 315-2888 now.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a firearm, gun, or weapons offense, call to speak with Attorney Michael Zmijewski at 407-473-1233. He has years of experience in defending clients charged with firearm, gun, and weapons offenses. Put his experience to work for you today.
As a former prosecutor, Attorney Zmijewski understands both sides of the law and how to use that to your advantage. He ensures that the rights of those he represents are protected.