Americans are guaranteed by the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution the right to lawfully possess a firearm. In Kansas, citizens are afforded protections of their Second Amendment rights, including conceal carry. However, there are instances in which possessing a firearm or owning certain kinds of weapons is considered by the government to be illegal. At Koop Law Firm, our gun crime attorney, Jeremy D. Koop, is dedicated to aggressively defending you if you face gun or weapons offense.
Gun and weapon charges require a gun and weapons criminal defense lawyer to present a successful defense. Firearm and weapons convictions in Kansas can have serious consequences including mandatory minimum prison sentences, significant fines, and registration on the Violent Offender list. Contact Jeremy D. Koop to see how we can help.