Gun Charge Defense Attorneys
In Ohio, possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime can add up to seven additional years to a prison sentence. If you have been charged with a weapons offense, you cannot afford anything less than a strong and energetic defense. Nothing less than your freedom is on the line.
At Bentoff & Duber, we aggressively defend people who have been charged with gun crimes. We are experienced, knowledgeable in the law and determined to succeed in every case we handle. We are able to defend people accused of any type of weapons charge, including:
- Felon in possession of a firearm
- Armed robbery
- Possession of a concealed weapon
- Having a weapon while under disability
- Possession of a dangerous ordinance
- The use of a firearm while committing an offense
Contact us for a free consultation. We will work tenaciously to protect your rights and preserve your freedom.
Aggressive at Every State of Your Defense
When it comes to defending against a gun charge, our primary goal will be to remove the gun specification escalation - in other words, to remove the weapon charge from your case. Then we can focus on defending you on the underlying charge. To do that, we will carefully review all aspects of the events leading to your arrest. When it can help your case, we can hire a private investigator or forensic evidence specialist in an attempt to disprove or cast doubt on the prosecutor's assertions.
A Former Prosecutor, Now a Defense Lawyer
Brandon Duber, our firm's primary criminal defense attorney, served as a prosecutor for a number of years prior to joining this firm. This experience has given him perspective on how prosecutors think and how they will react when they are confronted with certain facts. This places him in a strong and unique position when negotiating with prosecutors. If your decision is to go to trial, our firm will vigorously defend your rights and freedom.
Call Today for a Free Consultation with a Lawyer
For a free consultation with Bentoff & Duber about the defense of a gun charge, call 216-861-1234 or contact us online.