Possession of a Stolen Firearm

If you have been charged with possession of a stolen firearm in Connecticut, contact Field Law Office to schedule a free consultation and protect your rights.

Question:

What are the penalties for possession of a stolen firearm?

Answer:

Possession of a Stolen FirearmIn Connecticut, you can be charged with being in possession of a stolen weapon. You do not have to be caught actually stealing the firearm; if you get caught with a stolen firearm, you’re going to get charged with stealing a firearm whether you stole it yourself or whether you bought it illegally on the street. If you do not have the proper papers, you’re going to get charged with stealing a firearm. This carries a mandatory minimum sentence of two years in jail. Also, you will likely be barred from carrying a firearm everywhere else that has any kind of regulations involving firearms. If you are charged with this crime or anything related to possession of a stolen weapon, call us today. I can help you out.


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