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Myrtle Beach Concealed Weapons Attorney (843) 692-7953
Gun and Pistol Charge Lawyer

At the law office of Trenton H. Chambers, P.A., I have been practicing criminal defense law for over ten years in the Myrtle Beach region. In that time, I have seen a significant rise in weapons charges against people visiting the area who do not understand the laws. In some cases, the charges against visitors in downtown Myrtle Beach result from little more than a person buying a souvenir knife or sword at a local tourist shop, only to charged with being in unlawful possession of an illegal weapon because it wasn't covered on the way to the car.

Criminal laws regarding concealed weapons differ from state to state. Visitors from North Carolina are often surprised to learn that their state law of keeping their legal handgun in plain view on the dashboard is completely different in South Carolina, where gun owners must keep their weapons unloaded and locked in the glove compartment.

If you have been charged with a weapons charge, contact the Myrtle Beach criminal defense lawyer Trenton H. Chambers. I know the gun laws of the land, and I know how to help you.

Guns and Weapons and Related Charges Defense

  • Possession of an illegal firearm
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Possession of a stolen firearm
  • Concealed weapons charges
  • Conceal Carry law charges
  • Unlawful possession of weapon

If you have been charged with a guns and weapons violation, contact Myrtle Beach weapons charge defense attorney Trenton H. Chambers.

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Trenton H. Chambers

5307 North Kings Highway
Unit B
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Phone: (843) 692-7953
Fax: (843) 497-0562

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