Guns & Weapons Offences

If you are charged or being investigated for a weapons offence, the consequences could be severe. You need to know your rights. Our lawyers at Brass Law Office have extensive experience defending individuals charged with guns/weapons offences. This complex area of law requires a thorough understanding of the intricacies of these offences, the regulatory licensing framework and your Constitutional rights. We have secured acquittals for clients in numerous ways, including: exclusion of weapons evidence following violations of Charter rights, self-defence, identification issues and reasonable excuse (e.g. work). We have retained experts to bolster the defence of accused people, including hiring private investigators, DNA specialists, pathologists, etc. Our proven track record of success in guns and weapons charges, includes excluding all evidence of stolen police firearms and securing acquittals.

  • Record of success in defending guns/weapons charges
  • History of excluding unconstitutional gun/weapon evidence
  • Fearless legal counsel

Brass Law Office has the expertise, insight and skill to ensure you have cutting edge representation. Contact Brass Law Office at 613-238-5757 (mobile: Alan – 613-762-2040 or Shira: 613-983-4947) or email us at for a free, no-obligation consultation.

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At Brass Law Office, we believe that every person charged with a crime deserves a full legal defence. While we do not provide fee estimates until we have reviewed a file, the costs will vary according to complexity of the case and the time involved. We develop individualized payment plans and fee schedules to work with your budget and achieve results in the most cost-effective way. Our lawyers work on either an hourly basis or block-fee basis to best meet your needs. For your convenience, cash, cheque, credit card and e-transfer are accepted.


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