The United States Constitution gives you the right to bear arms. The fourth amendment clearly states: “….. A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” However, the right to bear arms does not mean you have unlimited freedom. It is important that you are familiar with and understand Indiana state laws when it comes to gun laws. When you are well informed then you are less likely to be charged with a gun violation.
If you have been charged with a gun violation then you want to ensure that you have an experienced gun defense attorney on your side! Gun violations in the state of Indiana are a serious offense. You could be facing serious fines and imprisonment! I represent individuals who have been charged with gun or other weapons offenses, from criminal recklessness with a firearm (pointing a gun in the direction of another person) to carrying a handgun without a license, and being a felon in possession of a weapon.
Whether you have been charged with a drug crime or a gun offense, our ultimate goal will be the dismissal of all charges, or the negotiation of a plea agreement that minimizes the impact on your future.
Indiana Residents can purchase guns without a permit. However, you must have a permit to carry that gun.
It is illegal in the state of Indiana to point a gun at another person.
If you have been convicted of a felony then you are not legally allowed to own a gun in Indiana.
Guns are not allowed on school premises.