Protecting Gun Owners’ Rights With Aggressive Legal Representation
Carrying a concealed firearm is a criminal offense unless you have a permit to carry issued by the sheriff of your county of residence. If you meet the statutory criteria for a concealed carry permit and the sheriff has denied your application, you may appeal to the district court in the county where you have applied for your concealed carry permit. Our Charlotte concealed weapon appeals lawyers can help you assert your rights and appeal the sheriff’s decision to deny your permit.
The Knox Law Center provides legal representation to clients who have had applications for a concealed carry permit wrongfully denied. The right to defend yourself is something you take seriously, and so do we. Call 704-315-2363 or 866-704-9059 (toll free) or contact us online to learn more about how we can assist you in your appeal.
Protecting The Rights Of North Carolinians In Conceal Carry Permit Appeals
In order to determine whether you have a valid case for appeal, our attorneys will investigate your claim starting with your eligibility under the concealed carry law. In order to qualify for a permit, the applicant must:
- Be a United States citizen
- Live in North Carolina for more than 30 days prior to applying
- Be at least 21 years old
- Not be a considered a danger to himself or herself or the public
- Successfully complete a firearms safety course
If you meet all of these conditions, and are not otherwise disqualified, the sheriff must issue you the permit as required by state law. If he does not, he must provide the reason for the denial to you in writing within 90 days. The Knox Law Center will work with you to decide whether filing an appeal on your behalf to the district court in your county is a viable strategy.
Concealed Weapon Permit Revocation Appeals
In addition to denied application appeals and nonrenewal appeals, we can file appeals in district court against the revocation of your permit. Under North Carolina law, the sheriff can revoke a concealed carry permit under the following circumstances:
- The initial application was approved based on fraud or misrepresentation.
- The permit itself was misused in some way, such as duplicating it or giving it to someone else.
- The permit holder has done something after receiving the permit that would have disqualified him or her prior to the initial application.
- The permit holder committed a crime related to the concealed carry law.
- The permit holder is convicted of a crime that would have disqualified him or her during the application process.
Serving Charlotte Concealed Carry Permit Applicants And Permit Holders
Protecting yourself and your family is your right. We can help you fight the denial or revocation of your concealed carry permit. Call us or fill out the form below to get started.
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