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Gun Laws
It's a well-known fact that California has some of the most complicated, restrictive gun laws in the United States.  Rules regarding the use, possession and transportation of firearms and ammunition can even vary from county to county.  Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside and San Bernardino, for instance, each have unique regulations regarding gun safety.  

​Since voters approved Prop. 63 in 2016, California's gun laws are only becoming more complicated and restrictive.  We are now the only state in the country that requires a background check to purchase ammunition.  

Firearms are a controversial issue right now.  If you or a loved one is accused of any gun-related offense in Southern California, call the law firm with the knowledge and experience to win your case. 

If police have seized your guns, we can help prepare the appropriate paperwork and court orders to get them back.  

We are also available to answer any questions regarding "CCW" (concealed weapons permits) in Orange County, Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino. 

There are plenty of great criminal defense attorneys in Orange County, but very few of them know the difference between a "magazine" and a "clip".  Gun charges require an expert.  

If you or a loved one has questions about California gun laws, call us for a free attorney consultation. 
We Have Experience Defending Against:
-Felon in Possession of a Firearm or Ammunition
-Possession of a Destructive Device
-Brandishing a Firearm
-Carrying a Concealed / Loaded Weapon
-Assault with a Deadly Weapon
-Possession of an Assault Rifle or Short-Barreled Rifle
-Possession of a Sawed-Off Shotgun
-Possession of Incendiary or Armor-Piercing Ammo
-Negligent Discharge of a Firearm
-Self-Defense Cases
-Negligent Storage of a Firearm
-Possession of Flechette Ammo
-Illegal Transfer / Sale of a Firearm
-Possession of a "Zip Gun"
-Possession of an Undetectable Firearm
-Possession of a Stolen Firearm
-Possession with Intent to Assault
-Possession of a Gun on a School Campus
-Enhancements for committing crimes while armed
-Gun Violence Restraining Orders