Lying on an application so you can purchase more than one handgun in a 30-day period in New Jersey is a serious crime. There are very good reasons why the state isn’t keen on letting people suddenly stockpile handguns, and under 2C:39-10(g), Providing False Information for Handgun Purchase Exemption, it is a felony to make misrepresentations that allow you to get around the state’s limitations on handgun purchases.
You can be sentenced to as long as five years in prison, and unlike most crimes of the third degree in the state, there is no presumption of non-incarceration.
If you’re facing charges of Providing False Information for Handgun Purchase Exemption, understand that you have an uphill fight ahead of you and that prosecutors take these charges very seriously.
Get the best possible outcome in your 2C:39-10(g) case by calling Matthew Reisig today at 732-385-3339 to talk an experienced New Jersey gun charges attorney for free.