Although it is our constitutional right to own a firearm in the United States, restrictions do apply to certain individuals who have prior convictions on their record, especially if you’re a convicted felon. If you have been convicted of a felony in the State of California, have any kind of restraining order against you, or have a prior misdemeanor conviction like domestic violence, battery, or assault, it is illegal for you to own or possess a firearm, period. No if, and, or buts. As a convicted felon, if you were to be caught in possession of a gun in San Diego County, or anywhere in the State of California, you would be looking at a new felony and serious consequences. Obviously a very serious situation that would require an attorney with the extensive experience defending citizens charged with a weapons violation, like William Wolfe. As mentioned, the State of California has some pretty harsh penalties associated with gun violations, especially if you’re not supposed to have one and William Wolfe’s experience arresting and prosecuting weapons violators as a former deputy district attorney for the County of San Diego, gives you the advantage over other gun and weapons lawyers in the County of San Diego. Experience counts.