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Military Individual Charged with Felony for Drawing a Firearm

Over 300 Trials. Experience When It Matters Most.

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Being charged with a crime is a pivotal moment in anybody’s life. There is so much fear and uncertainty for their future and they aren’t sure what their next steps should be. One individual in the military learned the reality of getting charged with his first felony charge after drawing a firearm, but not firing when his roommate entered his bedroom. The roommate claimed he did not enter the room and the case became a situation of one’s words over another.

Partner Drew Eddy tells the story of his client’s case and the preparation process that the Richards Carrington team followed to help get him a fair verdict.

If you’re facing criminal charges, our team of responsive, agile, and fearless advocates can help. Call our office toll-free at 888-888-5258 or visit our website at https://richardscarrington.com/.