Detroit & Michigan Felony Firearm Defense Lawyer
You will be charged with Felony Firearm If you have committed a felony and are in possession of a firearm. If you are charged, you are facing a mandatory 2 years in prison which is served before the crime you are actually sentenced for is served. You need an experienced and aggressive Criminal Defense Attorney to fight for your rights

If You Possess a Gun and Commit a Felony, You will spend Two Years in Prison
Under Michigan law, an individual who commits a felony and has possession of a firearm, by law, will be charged with felony firearm. Possession can be both actual or constructive. Actual possession means that the accused actually possessed the firearm. For instance, he had the firearm in his hand. Constructive possession means that while the accused did not have the gun in his actual possession, he knew where the gun was and could have actually possessed the firearm if he or she desired to do so.

In Michigan for instance, a defendant who was delivering drugs and had a gun in his car that was parked across the street, was convicted of felony firearm.

Consequences of a Felon in Possession Conviction:
If you are convicted of felony firearm, you will be facing a mandatory 2 years in prison and that 2 years will be served even before you start serving the sentence for which you were convicted.

If you are facing Felony Firearm charges, the Law Office of James G. Schmier will fight to protect your rights. We will examine whether you had actual or constructive possession of the firearm. We will challenge the Prosecutor to ensure that your rights are protected and that you get the best defense possible.

The Law Office of James G. Schmier, PLLC is a Criminal Defense, Drunk Driving DUI and Family Law and Divorce law firm and provides legal representation in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County and throughout Michigan including these Michigan cities:

Macomb County

Armada
Centerline
Chesterfield Twp.
Clinton
Eastpointe
Fraser
Harrison
Lenox
Macomb
Memphis
Mt. Clemens
New Baltimore
New Haven
Richmond
Romeo
Roseville
St. Clair Shores
Sterling Heights
Shelby
Utica
Warren
Washington

St. Clair County

Port Huron
Capac
Saint Clair
Algonac
Keewahdin
Marine City
Emmett
Yale

Washtenaw County

Ann Arbor
Ypsilanti
Chelsea
Saline
Manchester
Milan
Dexter

Ingham County

Lansing
East Lansing
Williamston
Webberville
Stockbridge
Meridian Township
Danville

Oakland County

Auburn Hills
Addison Twp.
Berkley
Beverly Hills
Bingham Farms
Birmingham
Bloomfield
Bloomfield Hills
Brandon Twp.
Clarkston
Clawson
Commerce
Farmington
Farmington Hills
Ferndale
Franklin
Groveland
Hazel Park
Highland
Holly
Huntington Woods
Independence
Keego Harbor
Lake Angelus
Lake Orion
Lathrup Village
Lyon Twp.
Madison Heights
Milford
Novi
Novi Township
Oak Park
Oakland Township
Orchard Lake
Orion
Ortonville
Oxford
Pleasant Ridge
Pontiac
Rochester
Rochester Hills
Royal Oak
Southfield
South Lyon
Springfield
Sylvan Lake
Troy
Walled Lake
Waterford
West Bloomfield
White Lake
Wixom
Wolverine Lake

Wayne County

Allen Park
Belleville
Brownstown
Canton
Dearborn
Dearborn Heights
Detroit
Ecorse
Flat Rock
Garden City
Gibraltar
Grosse Isle
Grosse Pointe
Grosse Pointe Farms
Grosse Pointe Park
Grosse Pointe Woods
Hamtramck
Highland Park
Huron
Inkster
Lincoln Park
Livonia
Melvindale
Northville
Plymouth
Redford
River Rouge
Riverview
Rockwood
Romulus
Southgate
Sumpter
Taylor
Trenton
Van Buren
Wayne
Westland
Woodhaven
Wyandotte

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The Law Office of James G. Schmier, PLLC
Criminal Defense, Drunk Driving DUI Defense and Family Law Divorce Attorney
(248) 705 3742