Carrying a Concealed Weapon
Up to 5 Years in Prison
Plea Reduction to Misdemeanor Purchase Pistol without License: Sentenced to 2 years of probation and community service
When a 32- year old male was charged with carrying a concealed weapon in Wayne County’s 3rd Circuit Court he retained Attorney Carl Jordan to represent him. In Michigan, carrying a concealed weapon is a very serious charge. The maximum punishment is up to five years in prison and fines can be as high as $2,500.
Attorney Jordan went to work to provide his client with the very best defense possible. He negotiated a plea deal where his client would be sentenced to the misdemeanor charge of Weapons - Firearms - Purchase Pistol without License in exchange for a guilty plea. As a result of Attorney Jordan’s actions, his client was fined and sentenced to two-years of probation and community service.
CCW - Carrying a Concealed Weapons Charges
In the state of Michigan, there are a wide variety of gun charges that can be brought against a person. Since the charges are unique to the specific case, it is crucial to contact an experienced criminal lawyer that can explain the law as it pertains to you. In Michigan, carrying a concealed weapon is one of the most common charges bought to court. Also known as CCW, this serious charge is punishable by up to five years in prison, $2,500 in fines and forfeiture of the weapon. If you are convicted of carrying a concealed weapon, it will prevent you from getting a Concealed Pistol License and affect your ability to find employment. Many prosecutors will not offer a misdemeanor plea, even for first offenders. If you have been charged with carrying a concealed weapon, you need a criminal defense attorney on your side with experience in defending weapons charges.
About Attorney Carl Jordan
With an extensive background in criminal law, Carl Jordan understands how important experience, preparation, and strategy are to any defense. Immediately upon being retained, he devises a comprehensive plan to ensure the best possible outcome. All options, including dismissal or reduction in charges will be explored. If you’ve been accused of any type of gun charge in Detroit, don’t hesitate to explore your legal options. Don’t wait to get the legal advice and legal representation needed to keep a weapons offense from changing the rest of your life. Contact Carl Jordan at 248 358-6647 or text him at 313 282-0869.