Arizona Weapons Charges – What is considered a weapon in Arizona?
Weapons crimes are some of the most serious crimes you can face in the state of Arizona. Arizona weapons charges are usually paired with another criminal charge including robbery or aggravated assault. You can also be charged with a weapons crime if you’re on probation and violate that probation because you possess a weapon. In Arizona, a conviction for a felony weapons charge can carry a jail or prison sentence.
What is considered a weapon in Arizona?
A deadly weapon does not always equate to carrying a firearm. Weapons such as knives and even blunt instruments can be considered deadly weapons. Any weapon that can be used in a manner to cause serious injury or death to another individual can be considered a deadly weapon.
Arizona Weapons Charges Defense Attorney
At the Naegle Law Firm, we know the complexities of Arizona state law and federal laws regarding the possession of weapons. We are available to defend you against any gun or Arizona weapons charge, including:
- Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm
- Aggravated Assault
- Using a Weapon in a Threatening Manner
- Displaying a Firearm
- Felon in Possession of a Firearm
- Assault with a Deadly Weapon
- Armed Robbery or Burglary
Arizona Criminal Defense Attorney, Charlie Naegle, has handled all types of weapon crimes and gun crimes, including stand-alone misconduct charges and enhancements on a number of other felony charges including:
- Possession during commission of a crime
- Prohibited possessor
- Prohibited firearms
- Illegal in possession
- Altered serial number
- Unlawful concealment
If you are facing weapons charges in the East Valley, contact Mesa Weapons Attorney, Charlie Naegle. Call 602-663-9958 to schedule your free immediate consultation today.