Massachusetts has very strict gun and weapons possession laws and mandatory charges if you are convicted of carrying a firearm without an FID card. If you lawfully own a gun and have an FID card, you can still be charged for improper storage if your gun falls into the hands of a family member, carrying a loaded firearm while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, etc. You can also be charged with unlawful possession of a weapon for carrying a number of different items such as a switch blade, a knife with a double-edged blade, brass knuckles, nunchaku, etc.

You may also find yourself in a situation where the renewal of your FID card is denied, or revoked. Whatever your situation is a criminal charge or a problem with your FID card, contact our law office to discuss your particular case.