Steven Veinger, PA Steven Veinger graduated in 1996 from Whittier Law School, Los Angeles, California. Graduated in the top one-third of his class, Dean’s List and Trial Advocacy Board.
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Steven Veinger PA
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The Law on Firearms in the State of Florida

In the United States, as many of us in the state of Florida are aware, the second amendment guarantees us our right to own a firearm. And while there are definitely a number of very mixed opinions on the subject, the law is the law, and as long as it is a legally registered weapon and you are legally allowed to carry it there is no issue. However, one of the biggest sources of confusion in the state often comes with concealed carrying, especially when having to do with being in a vehicle. This might seem odd to those living in a state like New York or other parts of the country, but according to Mr. Steven Veinger, the best litigation attorney Boca Ratonhas in practice, in certain parts of Florida pretty much everyone on the road has got some type of firearm in their backseat or under their front seat. This might seem crazy for some, but according to the law, depending in how you are carrying your gun and how it is being kept within your vehicle, it is 100% legal. As the top criminal attorney Boca Raton has to offer, Mr. Veinger has used the constitutional right to carry, in many instances to help clients out of their legal issues. When it comes to gun ownership in Florida however, many individuals choose to do it the right way, while others do it the wrong way. To better understand the practice of carrying, read on below.

Generally, according to Florida laws, it is within your legal right to carry your firearms as long as it is being kept in plane sight. According to Mr. Veinger, the best litigation attorney Boca Raton has to offer, this means that the gun cannot be concealed in any capacity and must be visible. The definition of a concealed firearm, according to Florida stature 790.001, is that “any firearm carried on or about a person in such a manner as to conceal the firearm from the ordinary sight of another person”. This extends to your vehicle as well. It is important to stay aware of the gun laws in the state of Florida, especially if you plan on owning one – as Florida, unlike other states in the south, does not have an open carry law. This means that you cannot simply wear a holstered gun on your waist while walking down the street.

In the state of Florida, if an individual is caught with a concealed firearm, it can be a huge offense. The possession of a concealed gun is a 3rd degree felony, and is punishable by up to five years in a state prison. According to Mr. Veinger, the top criminal attorney Boca Raton has practicing, in order to be charged with a concealed firearm, your gun must be considered accessible and ready for immediate use. This means that the gun is either carried on your person, or within close proximity to you so that you might reach it in an effort to use it. As the best litigation attorney Boca Raton has in practice, Mr. Veinger has been able to help clients fight these types of charges by exhibiting that their firearm was “securely encased”. This means that the gun is being kept in an enclosed, sealed or zippered gun case – and that gun case is being kept within a glove compartment that was locked or unlocked. The main issue arises in determining if a weapon is being concealed and whether it is available for immediate use. The law has its definitions – but generally it is vital you keep your gun unloaded and within plain site or do not carry it on you while driving. No matter the circumstances, be sure to research the specifics of each and every gun law in your area. For more information on gun charges or to schedule a consultation be sure to contact MR. VEINGER TODAY.