Don't Mess With Texas Gun Laws
While Texas is considered a state with fairly loose gun laws with wide latitude for legal gun owners, it is still surprisingly easy to be charged with a crime involving guns and arrested with a firearm.
The authorities in do not take these offenses lightly, and you could easily end up facing serious felony charges if you are accused of violating any weapon laws in Texas.
Serious weapons offenses in Texas can include:
- Illegally possessing or carrying a weapon
- Improperly discharging a gun, or
- Using a weapon in the commission of a crime
Don't Let "Open Carry" Fool You
As of January 1st, 2016, Texas is officially an open-carry state for handguns. However, many people don't understand that you still must have a concealed handgun license to open carry, or you can face criminal charges.
If you need legal representation involving firearms, then you've come to the right place. Duane T. Corley, a gun man himself, knows the laws better than anyone in this area. He will work diligently and responsibly to get you the best outcome possible for your case.