Gun or firearm charges in Duluth or Superior can carry serious legal consequences and penalties. The most common charges relating to gun crimes involve improper licensing or possession. Being convicted in either Minnesota or Wisconsin of firearms offenses can result in large fines and even significant jail or even prison time, and if you face felony gun charges you could be barred from owning firearms for hunting or any other purposes.
Wisconsin Gun Law Overview
In general, Wisconsin has more permissive gun laws than Minnesota, and in many locales permits open carry without a license. Wisconsin does not permit general ownership of fully automatic weapons, short-barreled shotguns or rifles, or silencers. There are however many other provisions not listed here within state statutes if you are facing firearms charges in Wisconsin or may have your ownership ability curtailed contact a Superior attorney today.
Minnesota Gun Law Overview
In Minnesota, gun laws and charges are often more stringent than those of Wisconsin, breaking them most commonly results in felony charges, which can have serious legal repercussions. If you are faced with firearms charges in Minnesota, contact Cornwell Criminal Law today.
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