Felony possession of a firearm charges can include more than just a felon in possession of a gun. So, an ineligible person is a broader category. And since these crimes have severe penalties, we should learn more about the law. You can do that here. Due process Gun laws have become complex and confusing –… Read More »Ineligible Person in Possession of a Firearm
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Alcohol & Your Carry Permit When it comes to Minnesota carry laws, alcohol is a concern. Carrying under the influence is a crime in a public place. So, can you carry in a bar? Read this page by Gun Crimes Defense Attorney Thomas Gallagher to explore these topics. Minnesota carry laws and alcohol Even with… Read More »Carrying Under the Influence
Minnesota Carry Permit Page People with a Minnesota Carry Permit are more law-abiding than the general population, according to the State of Minnesota. Even so, we have laws limiting us that others do not have. What laws do Minnesota Carry Permit holders need to be aware of? And how do you qualify for a Minnesota… Read More »Minnesota Carry Permit
Criminal Possession of a Firearm Can the government define possession of a firearm as a crime? Yes. But when can firearm possession be a crime? This page is about gun possession – what it is, and how they prove it. When is possession of a firearm a crime? Whether you are “guilty” of a firearm… Read More »What is Firearm Possession?
Gun Defense Attorney Minnesota Gun Defense Attorney Thomas C Gallagher has represented people facing gun charges, for decades. And he is a frequent lecturer and author on gun laws, gun crime defense and criminal defense. So here, we’ll cover some basics of Minnesota gun law and criminal defense. And be sure to check out the other… Read More »Gun Charges
Over the years, we’ve heard people frequently ask certain Criminal Law Questions. And of course we answer them. So, why not put them on a web page, to help even more people, faster? But you can always give us a call with your questions, too. And our contact info is below, as well. So don’t… Read More »Criminal Law Questions | FAQ