We provide advice and representation at Court for firearm offences prosecuted under the Firearms Act 1996 (Vic).
The penalties for offences under the Firearms Act 1996 (Vic) depend upon whether the accused person is a prohibited or non-prohibited person. Where an accused person is deemed to be a prohibited person the penalties for firearm offences are more severe. It is also worth noting that a person may be deemed to be a ‘prohibited person’ in a number of different scenarios.
To learn more about how to respond to a suspension of a firearm(s) license refer to our blog article.
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CHARGED WITH A FIREARM OFFENCE?