In Nevada it is perfectly legal to own a firearm, but there are many ways in which the use of a firearm is illegal and will result in an arrest. Criminal offenses that fall under this category include, but are not limited to:
• Possession of an unregistered firearm
• Felon in possession of a gun
• Assault with a deadly weapon
• Brandishing a firearm
• Carrying a concealed weapon
• Possession of a firearm with a removed serial number
• Unlawful sale of a firearm
• Unlawful discharge of a firearm
• Carrying a concealed and loaded firearm in a vehicle
• Possessing illegal assault weapons
It is a crime in the state of Nevada for anyone who has been convicted of a felony to own, possess, have custody or control over a firearm even if the felony occurred in a state other than Nevada. It also doesn’t matter if the gun is unloaded or inoperable, you simply cannot have a gun.
➥ If you have been convicted of a felony the only legal way you may possess a firearm in Nevada is to have an official state pardon.
If you have been accused of a Nevada gun crime you need to contact me immediately. I will fight for you to ensure the best possible outcome.