Protecting Your Second Amendment Rights
The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution states that, “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed.” Additionally, the State of Michigan’s Constitution in Article 1, Section 6 states “Every person has a right to keep and bear arms for the defense of himself and the state.” However, these constitutional rights are not always observed or honored by local authorities throughout the state, even in Southeast Michigan.
The Law Office of Melissa M. Pearce can assist you in navigating your way through the often complex laws and requirements as you apply for a concealed pistol license. We believe that every qualified person in the State who wishes to obtain a concealed pistol license should not be denied that right, and we’ll work hard to ensure that your specific goals of firearm ownership are achieved.
Facing Criminal Charges?
When you are facing criminal charges of any kind, you need an attorney who understands the implication to your right to carry. Do you know that some civil infractions or misdemeanors can result in the suspension or revocation of your Concealed Pistol License? The Law Office of Melissa M. Pearce considers the collateral consequence to any criminal plea on your right to carry a firearm and the consequence on your Concealed Pistol License.
Additionally, exercising the right to justifiably use a firearm for self-defense can create legal issues, especially in the area of criminal law. This is an unfortunate circumstance that every law-abiding citizen may one day find himself in. Should you find yourself in this situation, it would be prudent and advisable to exercise your right to an attorney as quickly as possible.
Whether you’re looking to get a new firearm, a concealed weapons permit, or you’re facing some type of criminal charges, we are here to help. As with virtually all legal matters, time is going to be of the essence so please don’t hesitate to contact us at (248) 676-8976 any time, day or night.