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Weapon Offenses in Denver, CO

If you have previously been convicted of a felony, your ability to possess a weapon has been affected. Colorado law may charge Possession of a Weapon by a previous offender. This law, 18-2-108, C.R.S. prohibits previously convicted felons from possessing "firearms" or "dangerous weapons."

Weapons offenses may also further unexpected consequences for example, in Denver County a person carrying a weapon in a vehicle may have their automobile seized as a nuisance.

Prohibited Use of a Weapon involves pointing a weapon, recklessly discharging a weapon or possessing a weapon while under the influence of alcohol of a controlled substance.

Mastro, Barnes & Stazzone has experience defending each of these weapons offenses. Let us help you protect your rights.

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