Criminal Firearm Charge Reduced to Violation
A client was facing a criminal Department of Land and Natural Resources charge relating to illegal transportation of a loaded firearm while hunting. The client was facing not only up to thirty days in jail, but loss of the client's hunting privileges and the loss of his firearm. Brandon negotiated a plea deal where the criminal charge was reduced to a violation, the client's hunting license and privileges were not affected, and the client's firearm was promptly returned by law enforcement authorities.
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Practice area(s): Criminal Defense
Court: District Court of the Second Circuit