Tyler Firearm Charge Lawyers
East Texas Firearm Violation Attorneys
Firearms charges can come about when a person who is deemed not eligible under the law to possess a firearm is found in possession of one. Another scenario on which a firearms charge can come into play is when there are laws that enhance criminal penalties for a crime when a gun is present or which create a separate, more serious criminal charge based on the presence of a gun.
If you are facing criminal charges or enhanced sentencing based on possession of a firearm, you need to secure the representation of an effective criminal defense attorney who can help you avoid the years of prison that can be the consequence for such charges.
At Files Harrison P.C., our Tyler firearms charge attorneys bring decades of experience and an exceptional level of skill to the defense of our clients on firearms charges. With experience in both federal and state courts, our attorneys can help you face firearms charges at all levels. Attorneys F. R. “Buck” Files, Jr., and J. Brett Harrison are both former First Assistant District Attorneys in Smith County. And attorney Jennifer Garrett Deen is a former Smith County Assistant District Attorney. This experience brings a perspective that adds value to all of our clients’ cases.
Experienced and Effective Firearms Charges Defense
We represent clients facing firearms charges based on the following situations:
- Felon in possession
- Pled guilty to domestic violence charge and found in possession of a gun
- Being in possession of a gun while committing a crime such as drug possession
There is no clean line between firearm violation cases that are charged in state court or federal court. In some situations, a person may be charged in both state and federal courts. Our attorneys offer skilled and experienced representation in either court.
For experienced and highly skilled representation that can help you secure the best possible resolution to your case, turn to Files Harrison P.C. . With Board Certified Criminal Specialists and decades of experience, we can help you. If you need information about any criminal law matter, call 903-730-6287, toll free at 888-250-2634 or simply contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers. We accept credit cards for our clients’ convenience. Members of our staff are bi-lingual and assist our attorneys with our Spanish speaking clients. Se habla español.