Michigan’s Gun Season

Michigan’s Gun Season

Michigan’s Gun Season starts in mid-November. This is the time when it is legal in this state to use a firearm to hunt for deer in Michigan.  Hunting season is good for Michigan’s economy. It also brings about an increase in arrests related to firearms. Besides the increase in firearm arrests, it also brings an increase in DNR violations. The Criminal Defense Law Center of West Michigan during Michigan’s Gun Season gets calls on charges such as improper transport of a firearm, possession of a firearm while intoxicated, felony firearm possession and crimes related to hunting during this time of year.

If you are arrested for breaking a hunting law in any West Michigan court, you need to call Shawn now at 616-438-6719 to make sure your rights are protected. Shawn will give you a free consultation over the phone.  Shawn also has the skills and knowledge you need to protect your rights when it comes to Michigan’s firearms laws.

Michigan’s Gun Season also means hunters will be having a few cold ones at their deer camp. Because of this, there can be issues with drunk driving, assaults, and disorderly conduct. Shawn can help you handle these charges as well.

Do not wait to call an attorney if you find yourself in trouble during Michigan’s Gun Season. Let Shawn help you with his skills, knowledge and courtroom experience.

My Criminal Defense Lawyers in West Michigan Proudly Serve: Kent CountyOttawa CountyAllegan CountyIonia County, Barry County, Berrien County, Mason County, Manistee County, Mecosta County, Oceana County, Muskegon County, Montcalm County, Newaygo County, Kalamazoo County, Lake County, Van Buren County, and the City of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

My Grand Rapids Criminal Lawyers Also Proudly Serve The West Michigan Cities Of: Grand Rapids, Holland, Allendale, Wyoming, Kentwood, Grandville, Walker, Hudsonville, Grand Haven, Coopersville, Spring Lake, Ionia, White Cloud, Newaygo, Hastings, Stanton, Zeeland and Allegan.

By |2019-03-04T20:47:25+00:00March 4th, 2019|Criminal Defense Blog|0 Comments

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