Michigan Gun Laws
Royal Oak Gun Rights Attorney
While it is true that Michigan State respects the Second Amendment, it has imposed its own limitations on what firearms and guns can be owned, carried, or used in a variety of situations. If you violate the terms of any of these legal circumstances as described in the state’s legislations, you could be arrested for and charged with weapons offense crimes.
Penalties for weapons offense convictions can vary but will typically include:
$2,000 Or More In Fines Paid To Michigan State
One Year Or More Spent In Jail
Removal Of The Right To Own A Firearm
Probation After Other Sentencing Completes
Michigan Gun Laws And Weapon Laws
To be able to maximize your chances of having your charges dismissed or reduced, you will first need to understand of what you are being accused. Michigan’s weapons laws do not only apply to guns, and many apply to unusual, circumstantial situations.