Firearms Law in Southern Indiana

Firearms Lawyer Serving Southern Indiana

In Indiana, you must carry a valid license to carry a handgun on your person or in your vehicle. Carrying a firearm without a license can lead to a Class A misdemeanor charge, which may result in spending up to a year in jail and paying up to $5,000 in fines. Similarly, if you are struggling with a handgun licensing issue, you should contact the experienced firearms attorneys at Ooley law to discuss your options. No matter what the details of your situation may be, we will aggressively defend your rights and strive to help you achieve the best possible outcome.

Gun Charges

When it comes to matters involving firearms, it is important for you to understand your rights. If you are facing a criminal charge involving a firearms offense, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney who will fight aggressively to protect your rights. Gun charges convictions in Indiana carry significant penalties, and that’s why the highly-skilled legal team at Ooley law will work tirelessly to ensure that your freedoms are protected. 

NFA Gun Trust

Our familiarity with firearms laws in Indiana enables us to help you establish a gun trust as part of your estate plan. Gun trusts are estate planning mechanisms that allow certain restricted items, such as short-barreled shotguns, short-barreled rifles, or suppressors to be transferred more easily to family members or co-trustees. If you are interested in exploring whether establishing a gun trust is right for you, contact Ooley Law for more information.

Handgun License Appeals

There are many other handgun issues that could arise, such as handgun license disputes, TSA administrative actions, and “red-flag law,” to name a few. If you are struggling with a licensing issue or similar matter, we have the knowledge and skills to help you achieve a favorable outcome. As firearms instructors certified by the National Rifle Association and the Second Amendment Foundation Training Division, our attorneys have a deep understanding of firearms laws that allows us to implement a successful strategy to fight for your freedom.

Contact Us

To learn more about how the dedicated firearms law attorneys at Ooley Law can help you defend your rights, contact our Borden office today by calling (812) 567-3848.