Defense Against Weapons And Firearms Charges And Hunting Violations
The use or threatened use of a weapon can significantly increase the seriousness of a criminal case. In Oregon, using a firearm during the commission of a felony can add a 5-year mandatory prison term to the sentence. When a weapon is present in any drug case, including manufacturing, delivery or even simple possession, the potential consequences increase dramatically. A conviction for any weapons charge or felony can also have a significant impact on your right to hunt or possess firearms in the future. If you are charged in any weapons-related case, call attorney Kruse at 541-249-4510 for a free consultation about your rights and options.
Daniel R. Kruse represents people in a variety of weapons-related cases, including:
- Unlawful Use of a Weapon
- Unlawful Possession of a Firearm
- Felon in Possession of a Firearm or Restricted Weapon
- Carrying a Concealed Weapon
- Hunting Violations
- Self Defense Cases
While weapons charges are often very serious, you also have a right to defend yourself and to lawfully use and possess firearms. Please call Mr. Kruse if you are charged in a weapons-related case or if you have any questions about your rights to own or possess firearms.
Work With A Skilled Gun Crimes Defense Attorney
To speak with a weapons charges defense attorney serving Eugene, Springfield and the surrounding communities, call Daniel R. Kruse, Attorney at Law, at 541-249-4510. You can also schedule an initial consultation by contacting the firm online. The discussion will be honest, professional, and strictly confidential.