An 18-year-old student was accused of bringing a .38-caliber handgun to the high school and leaving it in a parked car.
Though neither student committed an act of violence or even of threatened violence, both face serious criminal weapons charges, in addition to school expulsions under Act 26, which prohibits PA students from bringing weapons onto school property and requires administrators to notify law enforcement and to expel the offender, in most cases.
What should you do if you or someone you know is being investigated for a weapons offense or gun violation in Monroe County or elsewhere in northeast PA or the Poconos? Find representation from an experienced criminal defense lawyer right away. Contact a Monroe County criminal defense attorney at Rogan Law.
In order to build an effective defense strategy for your case, your lawyer will need adequate time to prepare. The sooner you consult with an attorney at our firm the better off your case will be. The longer your lawyer has to find information and gather evidence, the greater the odds that he or she will be able to find a defense to your weapons charges, which is why you should act immediately.
Contact a Monroe County criminal defense attorney at Rogan Law today for help with your weapons charges!