Concealed Weapons Charges In Colorado
Denver Concealed Weapons Attorneys
Even though Colorado is considered an “open carry state”, meaning that you could technically walk down the street with a weapon showing in the holster in your belt, that would not be a very wise move. With charges involving weapons violations and gun violence being a hot topic in the news behind sex crimes and Internet sex crimes, you are likely to draw a lot of unwanted attention from police. Don’t do it!
Colorado Concealed Weapons (CCW) Permit
The other option in Colorado, is to get your CCW or concealed carry weapon permit, because Colorado law does not allow you to carry a concealed weapon unless you have obtained a permit. If you are smart enough not “open carry” and you do not have a CCW, then you can be charged for carrying a concealed weapon without a permit. This is a serious charge and if you are convicted, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) may never let you own a firearm in Colorado again.
Even if you have the proper permit, the law does not allow you to carry your gun in all places at all times. For instance, even if you have a concealed weapon (CCW) permit, you can’t bring your gun into a school or a courthouse or an airport. There can be some confusion about where you can and where you cannot carry a concealed weapon. If you have been charged with unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon, contact Shazam Kianpour & Associates for a free consultation today. We are Colorado gun defense lawyers, and we have the experience to defend your case, and fight to restore your constitutional Second Amendment rights!
Why Choose Shazam?
Even though unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon is a misdemeanor, it is still a serious accusation that merits the strongest possible defense. During your free initial consultation, we will listen to your account of what happened. Our criminal defense lawyers will then offer our assessment of your case and any possible defenses or potential weaknesses in the state’s evidence.
At that point we will begin our work on your behalf. We will look into the state’s version of events, and we will find any inconsistencies in their evidence. If the prosecution is not willing to offer you a reasonable agreement, our gun defense attorneys will be prepared to take your case to trial. We will go to court as often as we need to in order to get results for you. This aggressive, tenacious approach has worked for thousands of people across Colorado and the Front Range. It can work for you as well. The process starts with a simple phone call. Call us at 303-578-4036 for a free consultation and to begin your defense today!