Did The Police Say You Had A Gun?

It is all too easy to find yourself on the wrong end of a weapons or guns charge. Many people may not realize they are breaking the law until it is too late.

If you have found yourself facing charges related to weapon or gun possession, we can help you build a defense that can protect you and help you secure the best possible outcome to your case.

Some of the types of charges we defend people against include:

  • Carrying a loaded firearm
  • Felon in possession
  • Possession of a machine gun or sawed-off shotgun

Felon In Possession

If you have been convicted of certain felonies, you are not eligible to possess a firearm. Too often, people do not understand how the police will look at a situation. They may think that if they do not have the gun on their person that they have not broken the law. This is not the case.

The police can charge you for what is known as constructive possession. This may mean the gun is not on you, but is accessible to you. A gun in the trunk or in another room of the house can still count as possession. These rules apply not just to felon in possession charges, they apply to all weapons and gun cases.

Defense From A Former Boston Prosecutor

At the offices of Attorney John B. Seed, our firm is here to protect you against the real possibility of jail time that you are facing if you have been charged with a weapons or gun charge. We understand how to hold prosecutors to all of the requirements for a successful prosecution of these types of charges, including showing that the gun was functional and that the police conducted a legal search and seizure. Attorney John B. Seed is a former Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney who previously supervised the Brighton District Court. He knows a prosecutor’s perspective and how to effectively fight the cases they build.

Boston Weapons And Gun Charges Lawyer Serving All Of Eastern Massachusetts

Weapons and gun charges can have a dramatic impact on your life. Make sure your rights are well-defended. Turn to Attorney John B. Seed. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 508-817-3194 or contact us online.

We have offices in Brighton and New Bedford to make our services more accessible.

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Criminal Defense – Bristol County

He is courteous, hard working, quick thinking and a straight shooter. If you ever find yourself in need of a criminal attorney, do not hesitate to hire John! You will not be disappointed.

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