Indiana Gun Charges Lawyers

Representation For Defendants With Gun Charges

Indiana Gun Charge Lawyers

Representation For Defendants Faced With Gun Charges


We understand that those facing gun charges are often overwhelmed in the wake of an accusation, due to media attention and the serious nature of a gun charge. However, if you have been charged with such a crime, it is important to find a lawyer as soon as possible who understands the nuances of the laws in the state of Indiana to provide you with proper legal representation for any gun charge. Contact Boren, Oliver and Coffey, LLP today for legal consultation if you or a loved one is facing such charges.

When you contact us, you'll get:

  • Free no-commitment consultation
  • Straightforward assessment of your gun charge case
  • Trial-tested attorneys who fight for the best results
  • An entire team of experienced lawyers working on your case


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Gun Charge Frequently Asked Questions

When does gun possession constitute a crime in the state of Indiana?
Though you have a right to possess a gun in most circumstances, there are instances in which having a firearm could result in criminal charges. Such is the case when the gun is in the possession of someone who is legally prohibited from possessing a firearm or possesses a prohibited type of firearm. These charges can range in severity from misdemeanors to felonies so it's important to contact an attorney who's knowledgeable in the many details of gun laws in Indiana.
How can a lawyer help me if I have been accused of a gun crime?
Gun crime charges are usually pursued aggressively, and a lawyer can work with you to understand your rights in court, as well as advocate for you in pursuing the best possible outcome for your case. At Boren, Oliver and Coffey, LLP, we are experienced lawyers who have worked on many cases of gun-related offenses, and know how to navigate the law as it relates to those cases.
Are gun crimes considered misdemeanors or felonies?
Criminal charges involving firearms can fall under either classification depending on the circumstances, so it's important to speak with an experienced attorney as soon as possible to advise you on your case.

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