Articles in Category: Firearm Law

Can a Convicted Felon Use a Handgun for Self Defense?

March 30, 2020 – Published by Robinson Law Firm

If I am a convicted felon can I still use a gun to defend myself or my family in the event it becomes necessary? The answer: it depends.   Generally speaking, a person convicted of a felony is prohibited from possessing a firearm under both state and federal law. North Carolina General Statute § 14-415.1… View Article

How Do I Get A Carry Concealed Gun Permit?

September 12, 2019 – Published by Robinson Law Firm

You have carefully decided it is appropriate and necessary to carry a weapon to protect you and your family while in the public. Carrying the weapon in a manner that is visible to the public is called “open carry” and is allowed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, §… View Article