Firearm & Weapon Offences

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Firearms and Weapons offences are common and serious charges before NSW Courts.


Our Defence Team Lawyer Call has an abundance of experience dealing with such type of offences, to ensure a relaxed yet professional service, with the aim of the best possible outcome for you and your loved ones.

Firearms and Weapons charges can differ significantly in sentencing options available to a Magistrate or Judge, however, all should be treated with great caution, as severe penalties can be imposed such as community service orders and terms of imprisonment.


For your consideration, please see below a list of the most common types of Firearms and Weapons Charges under the Firearms Act 1996.


If you have been charged with any type of Firearm offence, contact our Criminal Law Team today, to book a live Video conference or office appointment at your earliest convenience.


At Lawyer Call our expert Solicitors will put up the right fight for you and strive to protect your freedom.

Causing Danger with a Firearm

Failure to Safe Keep Firearms

Firing at a Dwelling House

Importation of Firearms

Possess Dangerous Articles

Possess or Use of a Prohibited Weapon

Possess or Use Unregistered Firearm

Possess Unlicensed Firearm

Possess, Supply or Make Explosive


Possess or Use of a Laser Pointer

Trespass with Firearm






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