The judiciary always treats firearms offences seriously. The circumstances that surround any firearms offence charges are very important, and possession of registered firearms vs unregistered firearms, possession of drugs in connection with unregistered firearms and injury caused by firearms are just some of the relevant matters when considering a firearms brief.
Ancillary ramifications are also important to consider, being cancellation of firearms licence. Some charges can be defended, particularly charges relating to whether a firearm is considered to be in transit. The case law is not settled in this area and police may lay charges associated with the possession of firearms in the course of travel that can often be defended.
We routinely handle firearm offence matters and have easily accessible offices in Dandenong, Frankston, Geelong, Moorabbin, Ringwood and the Melbourne CBD.
Dribbin & Brown has dealt with a number of cases relating to firearms including section 189 non-prohibited person applications.
We are aware that there are often serious repercussions following a guilty finding for a firearms offence. A finding of guilt can impact employment, particularly for those working within the security industry.
On entering a plea of guilty you may be found to be a prohibited person with respect to your firearms licence and will have to forfeit all your guns.
There are a number of potentially aggravating features in relation to firearms offences so it is important that you sit down with a lawyer to discuss the facts particular to your case. If you have been charged with firearm offences, call our office today, and speak with one of our experienced lawyers to determine the best approach to your case.
The recording of a conviction would result in the loss of his security licence which was his livelihood Read More
A big thank you Dave. You made it seamless.
You are a quality egg and hopefully I’ll see you again under different circumstances.
All the best!