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Milwaukee Gun Crimes
Defense Attorney

Smart, aggressive, and experienced gun crime defense lawyers.


Many gun and weapons charges are brought in conjunction with other criminal charges, such as drug charges. Though this is not always the case, the prosecution is quick to add on additional charges whenever they have deemed that additional crimes took place. Whether you have been arrested for one crime and were subsequently charged with a gun crime after the discovery of weapons or are facing gun crime charges on their own, an experienced criminal defense attorney can work to protect your rights and keep you out of jail.

If you are facing gun crime charges, call the Milwaukee offices of Courtney & Molter at 414-224-6070 today.

Our firm has years of experience handling gun charges and other criminal defense matters for clients across the state. Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of Wisconsin’s gun laws, including concealed weapons laws, and can take the time to explain how these laws apply to you. We handle all types of gun charges, including:

  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Committing a crime with a gun
  • Illegally carrying a concealed weapon
  • Illegal gun sales
  • Gun trafficking
  • Carrying a weapon in violation of probation or parole

Felon in Possession of a Firearm

One of the more serious gun crime issues arises when a felon is found in possession of a firearm. If you have been convicted of a felony crime, you are a felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm or ammunition. Conviction of this crime could carry a punishment of many years in prison, as well as lifetime prohibition of possessing a firearm.

In addition to handling gun crime charges, our firm handles all criminal cases involving weapons and crimes allegedly committed with weapons.

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Milwaukee Area: 414-224-6070

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