This post is being written to conclude and recap our series on how one may maintain their gun rights after having been charged with a crime in Arkansas. Our goal with this series has been to clear up misperceptions and misunderstandings that many have about the process. By having a better understanding of the process, an accused should be able to make a better choice when choosing a criminal defense lawyer.
We have addressed a number of topics over our last several posts. Subjects we have looked at included:
- How a defendant may maintain their gun rights through gaining a dismissal
- How one accused of an Arkansas crime can maintain their firearm rights through a plea agreement
- How being convicted of a lesser included offense may protect a defendant’s gun rights
These are important topics as many make the mistake of automatically assuming that they will lose their firearm rights after they have been charged with a felony or domestic violence. This misunderstanding leads many to enter into plea agreements that perhaps they should not otherwise enter into. Having a greater understanding of the process can go a long way towards helping one protect their Second Amendment Rights.
Our Little Rock, Arkansas criminal defense lawyer has over 25 years of experience in protecting the rights of the accused. We take all matters in our office seriously and give them the attention they deserve. Contact us today to speak with an attorney. We also handle matters in Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Conway, Rogers, Pine Bluff, and throughout the rest of Arkansas.