Firearm possession or gun possession cases can be complex, because the laws governing them are complex. Although the possession of firearms in one’s home is usually legal, barring some prohibition on a person’s ability to possess a firearm, both Pennsylvania and New Jersey have strict laws on many aspects of the possession, maintenance and use of firearms. If you are facing a firearms charge, gun charge (sometimes referred to in Pennsylvania as a “VUFA” charge), you should have a lawyer who knows firearms possession charges inside and out.
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