You Have The Right To Own Firearm
Although the right to bear arms is critical to our national identity, these rights can be lost along with certain criminal convictions. When your firearms rights are in danger, you need to work with an experienced legal team that will fight to defend you.
At McKay Law Firm, PLLC, we have a wealth of knowledge and experience protecting clients from criminal charges involving firearms violations and charges that could result in the loss of our clients’ right to own firearms. We have been representing clients in Little Rock and the surrounding Arkansas areas for more than 30 years.
How We Protect Your Rights
Our attorneys provide solid criminal defense and representation in gun rights matters that include:
- Charges of crimes involving guns: Our lawyers defend clients against charges that include assault with a deadly weapon, murder, manslaughter and other violent crimes, illegally possessing a gun without a license or concealing and carrying without certification, defacing a firearm and illegally transferring a firearm, to name a few.
- Possession by a felon: In addition to charges aimed at crimes involving guns, there are numerous charges that, if convicted, result in the loss of your firearms rights. Anyone convicted of a felony or other specific violent crimes cannot legally own a firearm. Having a gun in your possession, carrying and concealing a firearm, and supplying a firearm to a felon are all serious crimes.
- Expungements and pardons: Any criminal conviction that results in the loss of your firearm rights can be negated if you receive a governor’s pardon or expungement. A pardon or expungement results in the elimination of these crimes from your permanent record. With these charges eliminated, the penalty of loss of your firearms right is eliminated with them.
Our attorneys understand the importance of your right to possess firearms. We know how to advocate for you in the courtroom and make sure you get the best opportunity possible to retain your rights.
Contact McKay Law Firm, PLLC
Your gun rights are too important not to fight as aggressively as possible in your criminal defense. Work with our experienced lawyers to protect your firearm rights. Call us at 877-224-1688 or contact us online to schedule your consultation.