Weapons Violation Bail Bonds

A Bag With a Concealed Pistol

While it May Feel Safer to Carry a Weapon, Make Sure You Have a Current Permit For it.

It’s important to know the local law in your community regarding concealed and open carry weapons. Some citizens find themselves facing a misdemeanor charge when they thought it was safe to carry in a particular area, or they simply forget they were carrying a weapon. Whatever the circumstances of your weapons violation may be, come to the reliable folks at Rusty Roberts Bail Bonds for your bail assistance. We’re happy to provide fast and convenient weapons violation bail in Rusty Roberts Bail Bonds and the surrounding areas. Give our team a call at 918-592-2245 or take a look at our areas served page to see if we serve your community!

Common Weapons Violations

For firearm owners, concealed and open carry laws are fairly relaxed in the state of Oklahoma. While you can possess an open-carry or concealed-carry firearm (with permit), that doesn’t mean that you can carry everywhere. There are several places that state law prohibits the possession of a firearm, including:

  • Government buildingsĀ 
  • Courthouses
  • Prisons or places for incarceration & detention
  • Public schools and (most) private schools
  • Sports centers/arenas during events, unless permitted by event holder
  • Gambling centers, unless permitted by property owner
  • Most colleges, universities, or technology centers (with exceptions)
  • Liquor Stores

In addition to these locations, businesses and private organizations can post signage prohibiting firearms on the property. While these signs may not have the force of law, you are required by law to leave the premises if asked to do so. For further details on this, there are several helpful sites that go in great detail on the subject.

Felony Weapons Charges

A White Collar Worker Draws a Concealed Firearm

Know Where You Can Safely Carry.

Anyone arrested for a carrying violation could be face a misdemeanor and associated penalties. However, there are a few situations that could result in a felony charge, such as:

  • Pointing a firearm at someone else (except for self defense)
  • Discharging a firearm or deadly weapon at or into a home, business, or public building

If you or a loved one has been arrested for a misdemeanor or felony weapons charge, contact your lawyer and ask for our professional bail bonds team at Rusty Roberts Bail Bonds. You can contact our team for weapons violation bail at 918-592-2245. Give us a call today, and let us help you avoid any unnecessary time in jail!