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Weapons Violations/Gun Charges

Salt Lake City Gun Charge Defense Lawyer

Attorney Gregory W. Stevens provides experienced and aggressive representation for people charged with a weapons violation. Mr. Stevens represents clients throughout Salt Lake County and the surrounding areas.

Some of the weapons violations handled by Mr. Stevens include:

  • Unlawful possession of a firearm
  • Brandishing a weapon
  • Felon in possession
  • Possession of an illegal firearm

Mr. Stevens handles all types of criminal charges involving the use of a gun or other deadly weapon, including armed robbery, armed burglary, assault with a deadly weapon and other gun crimes. To speak with gun charge defense attorney Gregory W. Stevens, contact his law office in Salt Lake City, Utah. For a free consultation, call 385-232-3775 / 800-405-2379.

Utah Weapon Violation Attorney, Handling State Charges, Federal Charges and, Criminal Appeals

Mr. Stevens offers a full- service criminal defense practice tailored to meet your legal needs. Mr. Stevens defends clients in state and federal courts, at the trial level and on appeal. He represents both adults and juveniles accused of a crime.

Motions to Suppress

Law enforcement officers often find weapons in the course of executing a search warrant or making an arrest. Searches and search warrants must be supported by probable cause — and so must arrests.

If your constitutional rights have been violated and evidence was seized as a result of an unreasonable search and seizure, the evidence should be suppressed. Mr. Stevens can help in making that challenge.

For a Defense to Felon -In -Possession of Firearm Charges, Contact Our Utah Lawyer

To learn more about your legal rights, contact weapon violations lawyer Gregory W. Steven in Salt Lake City, Utah. For a free consultation, call 385-232-3775 / 800-405-2379, or contact Mr. Stevens by e-mail.

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