Handling Firearm Charges in Baton Rouge, Gonzales, Prairieville, Livingston Parish, Assumption Parish, Zachary, LA & Beyond
Firearm charges, or criminal offenses involving the use of a gun, are incredibly serious. In Louisiana, these crimes can be charged at either the state or federal level, depending on the specific factors involved.
Regardless of the charges you are facing, the Baton Rouge gun crime defense attorneys at our firm can help you fight to protect your rights and your freedom. The Ambeau Law Firm proudly represents clients throughout Southern Louisiana, including in Baton Rouge, Gonzales, Prairieville, Livingston Parish, Ascension Parish, West Baton Rouge Parish, Zachary, LA and the surrounding areas. We are willing to do whatever it takes to fight for you.
Call us at (225) 330-7009 or contact us online for a free, in-person consultation with an attorney at our firm.
Types of Weapon Crimes Cases We Handle
The Ambeau Law Firm represents defendants in all types of state and federal cases involving firearms charges. We also represent people who have been accused of other types of weapons charges.
We handle the following types of firearms- and weapons-related cases:
- Carrying a concealed firearm without a permit
- Carrying a concealed firearm in a prohibited location (with or without a permit)
- Possessing an illegal weapon (such as a banned firearm or knife, a bomb, etc.)
- Using a firearm or another illegal weapon during the commission of a crime
- Buying a handgun as a minor (under the age of 18)
- Illegal sale, transfer, or distribution of a firearm
- Altering the serial number on a firearm
- Operating a firearm while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
This list is not exhaustive. If you are facing any type of firearm charges in Baton Rouge or the surrounding areas, get in touch with our criminal defense team right away to learn more about how we can help you.
Know Your Rights
In Louisiana, you do not need a permit to purchase a firearm, nor do you need to have a license to possess a firearm. While you do not need a permit for open carry in the state, you do need a permit for concealed carry of a handgun.
Furthermore, it is important that you are aware that, even with a permit, you cannot carry a concealed firearm in any establishment that is licensed to sell alcohol or in a courthouse, government building, police station, church/place of worship, polling location, or school, among other restricted places.
Contact The Ambeau Law Firm
If you or your loved one is facing firearms charges, do not wait to contact The Ambeau Law Firm. Our gun crime lawyers in Baton Rouge can help you determine your legal options and devise a personalized strategy aimed at achieving the best possible outcome in your case.
Call us at (225) 330-7009 today for a free and confidential case evaluation.