What Happens If You Are Caught With A Ghost Gun In PA?

Ghost guns are guns that people can make themselves. Still, you cannot give it to someone else, sell it, or create it when you are a person prohibited from owning or possessing firearms under state or federal law. At the time of this writing, legislatures are actively… read more

Consequences Of False Statements On A Firearm Application In PA?

In Pennsylvania, knowingly lying on a firearm application can lead to serious trouble. Anyone who tries to buy a gun from a retail store must undergo a state and federal background check. If you lie on your application form in connection to your background check,… read more

Possessing Instruments of Crimes

When an object or weapon is involved in the commission of a criminal offense, a common charge that will be levied against an individual is that of “Possessing Instruments of Crimes.” This charge is found in title 18 section 907 of the Pennsylvania Criminal Code…. read more