Massachusetts Gun Crime Attorney

Possession of Ammunition

Defending Against Gun Charges at Trial and on Appeal

Under G. L. c. 269, § 10(h), anyone who assists in the illegal possession of ammunition or possesses ammunition without a license may be incarcerated for up to two years. Massachusetts defines ammunition as live rounds as well as each component. Therefore, ammunition includes used cartridges, primers, bullets, smokeless and black powder. See G. L. c. 140, § 121.

Any gun conviction is serious because it has collateral consequences affecting your future. You can also be charged for violating federal gun laws. For example, the transfer or possession of armor-piercing ammunition.

You are not just charged with just any crime, you are facing a gun crime. Why wouldn't you seek out a criminal defense lawyer focused on gun law?

Attorney Driscoll keeps abreast of changes in Massachusetts and federal firearm laws. He deciphers the conflicts between them and examines minute details in the gun laws. Meticulous preparation and review of the facts alleged and the extensive body relevant gun law available is necessary to break down the prosecutor's case--at trial or on appeal.

No two gun cases are the same. Identifying and challenging the most minute details can change the outcome of your case. Protect yourself and your future. To learn more, call 978-846-5184 Attorney William Driscoll today.