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Falsification, 2C:39-10

Falsification, 2C:39-10

Falsifying a gun permit application is actually a very serious crime since it is a third degree felony in New Jersey. While not everyone that submits false information on a gun permit is prosecuted, plenty of people are. Our team of tough, smart lawyers have helped many people charged with Falsification (2C:39-10) across New Jersey.

NJSA 2C:39-10 states:

c. Any person who gives or causes to be given any false information, or signs a fictitious name or address, in applying for a firearms purchaser identification card, a permit to purchase a handgun, a permit to carry a handgun, a permit to possess a machine gun, a permit to possess an assault firearm, or in completing the certificate or any other instrument required by law in purchasing or otherwise acquiring delivery of any rifle, shotgun, handgun, machine gun, or assault firearm or any other firearm, is guilty of a crime of the third degree.

If you have been charged with falsifying a gun permit application in any court in New Jersey, call us now to discuss your case with one of our lawyers. Our initial consultations are always free.

Ocean County Gun Permit Appeal Lawyer Wins Case

Ocean County Gun Permit Appeal Lawyer

Client K.H.

In this case, our client applied for a gun permit in Jackson, New Jersey.  He was denied because he had a minor trespassing charge from another state some 25 years ago.  As a result, he denied due to falsification.  We filed the appeal and a legal brief on the issues in the case.  As a result of our hard hitting arguments, we won the appeal despite the client’s prior conviction and his failure to disclose it.  If you have been denied a gun permit due to falsification, call us at 1-855-9JEFLAW (1-855-953-3529) to discuss.

Ocean County Gun Permit Appeal Lawyer