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Boulder Firearms’ Rights Attorneys

While the right to bear arms is firmly ensconced in the Bill of Rights’ Second Amendment, various federal, state and local laws have some effect on how that right is exercised. Not being aware of those laws or violating them for whatever reason can lead to serious legal difficulties for gun owners.

At Jurdem, LLC, our Boulder firearms rights lawyers offer exceptional representation on firearms charges at the state and federal level. Our firm brings decades of aggressive trial experience to the aid of our clients. We are fully committed to creating the best possible resolution for your case.

Domestic Violence And Firearms Rights

An arrest on domestic violence charges can cause you to lose your right to own guns. For gun owners who have been charged with domestic violence, the only way to preserve your gun rights is to avoid a conviction on those charges. Our firm’s exceptional trial experience can help you avoid conviction and preserve your gun rights.

Concealed Weapons’ Permits

Have you been arrested while possessing a firearm and the police are using that possession as the basis for a criminal charge? Do you have a concealed weapons permit? We may be able to utilize your permit as a defense against the charge that you are facing.

Drugs And Gun Charges

Have you been arrested in possession of marijuana, cocaine or some other illegal drug while you were in possession of a firearm? What counts as possession of a firearm is often liberally construed by the police. The gun may simply have been in the same room with you. Possession of a firearm can enhance drug charges. What may have been a misdemeanor, may be charged as a felony.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation Today

For experienced legal counsel that can help you effectively face any firearms-related charges or enhancements, turn to Jurdem, LLC, in Boulder. Call 303-800-3509 or toll-free at 877-761-7852 or simply contact us online for a free initial consultation with one of our exceptional criminal defense attorneys. We accept major credit cards for our clients’ convenience.

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