Analyzing Your Wisconsin Firearms' Charge

The state of Wisconsin takes pride its' Second Amendment rights to possess a firearm. In 2011, the state's carrying a concealed weapon law became effective which allows individuals, if they qualify, to apply for a permit and receive a license to legally carry a concealed weapon outside of their home.

However, several conditions are attached to this law. Those found violating any of the stipulations often face prision time, as well as, a severe fine. Indirect consequences, such as loss of employment, could also occur.

Sadly, in many situations, people do not fully understand the repercussions or realize they are even violating the law.

If you are facing a firearm charge, I can help.

Defending Against Your Firearm Charge

I am attorney Scott A. Wales and I have defended individuals in Milwaukee and throughout the state of Wisconsin against a wide variety of gun crimes including:

  • Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit
  • Charges relating to endangerment of safety by negligent use
  • Felon in possession of a firearm
  • Intoxicated use of a firearm

I possess over 27 years of experience with extensive experience handling both misdemeanor and felony charges.

Call 414-271-7670 Today To Discuss Your Case

I invite you to contact my office if you are facing any type of conceal-and-carry or other gun charge. We can arrange to meet to discuss your situation over a free in-person consultation. As an experienced lawyer in this area, I can explain your rights under the law and options to pursue for your case.

I offer flexible evening and weekend appointments and jail visits if necessary.

You can also fill out my contact form.