Weapons Offenses

Camden County NJ Weapons Charges Lawyer

Gun Charges Defense Attorney in Southern New Jersey

Weapons, and guns in particular, are among the most contentious political issues in the United States. Due to America’s federalist system, state legislators are provided with the discretion to create and enact guns laws that reflect the sentiments of the majority of their state’s residents. In New Jersey, lawmakers have implemented some of the most harsh guns and weapons laws in the nation. Law enforcement bodies dedicate extensive resources to enforcing New Jersey’s weapons laws, and courts vigorously prosecute alleged weapons offenders. Those convicted of weapons offenses are exposed to significant jail time, and in certain cases, mandatory minimum terms of imprisonment with periods of parole ineligibility, which are required under New Jersey’s Graves Act. When you are charged with a weapons or firearms offense in New Jersey, enlisting the right attorney can truly spell the difference between a positive and negative outcome.

William Fay is a highly skilled criminal defense attorney who has spent his career mastering the nuances of the New Jersey justice system. He left the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, after serving as an Deputy Attorney General, to become a zealous defender for clients arrested for criminal offenses in Southern New Jersey. Over the course of his accomplished career, he has achieved successful outcomes for clients charged with all forms of weapons crimes, ranging from unlawful possession of a firearm to “certain persons” offenses. With offices in Evesham Township, Mr. Fay regularly appears in courts in Camden County, Burlington County and Gloucester County. When he takes your case, you find a seasoned professional who will go the extra mile to obtain your most favorable result. To discuss your case with Mr. Fay today, contact his offices at 609-832-3202 for a cost-free consultation.

Weapons Offense Attorney in South Jersey

Weapons offenses can occur in isolation, or in conjunction with other crimes. For example, charges for unlawful possession of a weapon may arise when a person is found in possession of a firearm without a valid permit. On the other hand, charges for possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose may be issued in conjunction with other charges for robbery or aggravated assault, if the weapon is used during the commission of another crime. Mr. Fay aggressively defends clients charged with a wide range of weapons offenses, including:

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If you or someone you love has been charged with a gun or weapons offense in Camden County or elsewhere in South Jersey, it is critical to begin developing your defense strategy as soon as possible. Contact our firm at 609-832-3202 for additional information and a cost-free consultation.


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