Do you have Felon in Possession Charges in Utah

In Utah the legislature has made it clear that anyone that has been convicted of a felony is not to possess, purchase, transfer, use, or sell firearms. If a felon does possess a firearm or any of the other prohibited actions then they can be charged and convicted of Felon in Possession which is also a felony offense. While most felons are aware of their loss of gun rights it does happen that some individuals think they are allowed to legally go hunting or a similar act when in fact doing so could result in felon in possession charges.

Restricted Persons, Other than Felons

Felon in possession charges in Utah.
If you have been convicted of a felony, your right to bare arms is revoked.

Along with convicted felons there are a number of other individuals who are also restricted from possessing a firearm. The list of restricted persons includes the following:

  • Illegal immigrants;
  • Anyone who has been dishonorably discharged from the military;
  • Those who renounce their U.S. citizenship
  • The criminally insane;
  • Anyone who uses illegal drugs;
  • Those who possess certain illegal drugs;

If you have been charged with Felon in Possession because you fit into one of these classes above then the attorneys at Salcido Law Firm can help. Our lawyers are experienced with working with all types of clients and they will fight zealously for your rights.

If you have been charged with Felon in Possession regardless of whether or not your a felon or fit into one of the other classes of restricted persons, it is important that you have legal counsel. At Salcido Law Firm we treat our clients with the respect they deserve and we understand that accused individuals are innocent until proven guilty. We will work tirelessly to make sure that you can recover from this difficult time in your life and that you make the appropriate decisions for your future. Call or email us today to set up a free consultation and find out more about what we can do for you.