Union County NJ Gun Lawyers
Knowledgeable Weapons Attorneys in Elizabeth, New Jersey
The reasons why you may find yourself involved with a gun-related issue in Union County, New Jersey are broad and diverse. You may have been charged with a criminal weapons offense, which requires you to appear in the Criminal Division of the Union County Superior Court. Or perhaps you were accused of an act of domestic violence and authorities seized your weapons, a matter which you may need to address with the Union County Prosecutor’s Office’s Domestic Violence Unit. Or maybe you filed your application for a Permit to Purchase a Handgun, Firearms Purchaser Identification Card, or Permit to Carry a Handgun in Union County, and it was denied. If you choose to seek an appeal, your hearing will be held in the Union County Superior Court in Elizabeth. Regardless of the circumstances of your gun case, a knowledgeable attorney can help you to successfully resolve any of these matters. At The Tormey Law Firm, our highly skilled New Jersey weapons attorneys do just that. We represent clients throughout Union County including in Elizabeth, Plainfield, Rahway, Springfield, Cranford, Scotch Plains, and Westfield.
With a team of seasoned criminal defense attorneys, former gun prosecutors, and a former member of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office’s Weapons Forfeiture Unit, we have the knowledge and experience to achieve superior results in a wide range of gun-related matters for clients in Union County and throughout New Jersey. To discuss your current circumstances and find the answers you need to move forward, contact our offices at (201)-614-2474 for a cost-free consultation.
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Union County Superior Court Information
The Union County Superior Court is located at 2 Broad St, Elizabeth, New Jersey, 07201. The main court office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and can be reached at (908) 659-4600. For additional information about the court, access the Union County Superior Court website.
Union County Superior Court Criminal Division
If you have been charged with a criminal weapons offense in Union County, you will be required to appear in the Union County Superior Court, Criminal Division. Some of the most common weapons charges issued in Union County include:
- Unlawful possession of a weapon – N.J.S.A. 2C:39-5
- Possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose – N.J.S.A. 2C: 39-4
- Unlawful Possession of a BB Gun, Airsoft Gun, or Pellet Gun – N.J.S.A. 2C:39-5(b)
- Unlawful Disposition of a Firearm – N.J.S.A. 2C:39-9
- Certain Persons Not to Possess Weapons – N.J.S.A. 2C:39-7
If you have been charged with one of the crimes above, or another weapons offense, your case will be handled by the Union County Superior Court, Criminal Division. The presiding judge in the division is the Honorable Judge Robert J. Mega, P.J.S.C. The division manager is Robert Eppenstein. The division can be reached directly at 908-659-4660.
Union County Prosecutor’s Office
If you have been charged with a criminal weapons offense in Union County, your case will be prosecuted by a member of the Union County Prosecutor’s Office. The Union County Prosecutor’s Office is located at 32 Rahway Ave, Elizabeth, New Jersey, 07202 The office can be reached at (908) 527-4500. For additional information, access the Union County Prosecutor’s Office’s website.
Union County Domestic Violence Unit
The Union County Prosecutor’s Office’s Domestic Violence unit is responsible for handling the prosecution of domestic violence cases in criminal court and violations of restraining orders in Family Court. The unit also handles all weapons forfeiture matters that arise from domestic violence incidents. As such, if your weapons were seized in connection with a domestic violence incident, this unit will conduct an investigation to assess the appropriateness of returning your weapons. They will also represent the State in weapons forfeiture hearings.
Applying for a Gun Permit in Union County
If you are a resident of Union County, you can apply for a gun permit at your local police department or submit your application to the Chief of the New Jersey State Police. For information about each of the municipalities in Union County and their associated police departments, click here. To learn more about the gun permit application process, visit our Gun Permit Process in NJ page.
Shooting Ranges in Union County NJ
If you are searching for a shooting range in Union County, The Chief Gene Mirabella Firearms Training Facility is a local range located at 301 Shunpike Road, Springfield, New Jersey, 07081. They can be reached Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at (908) 273-1129, and on Sunday from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm. at (908) 273-3553. You can also visit their website by clicking here for additional information.
For a free consultation regarding your gun-related issue in Union County, contact our law offices at (201)-614-2474 today. One of our highly knowledgeable New Jersey weapons attorneys is available to immediately assist you.