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Gun and Firearm Crimes
This would include and crime wherein a dangerous weapon was utilized to further a crime.
Also the crime of misconduct involving a weapon, ARS Sec 13-3102, falls under using a deadly weapon upon the furtherance of any crime, failing to accurately respond to a law enforcement officer. If you are carrying a deadly weapon, possessing a weapon during the manufacturing, possession, transportation, or selling or transferring a prohibited weapon.
- Possessing a deadly weapon on school grounds.
- Possessing a deadly weapon if you are a prohibited possessor (convicted felon without gun rights restored).
- Selling or transferring a deadly weapon to a prohibited possessor.
- Possessing a defaced deadly weapon, knowing that the deadly weapon was defaced. In other words, an altered or removed serial number.
- Using or possessing a deadly weapon during the commission and furtherance of any felony offense included in chapter 34 of the Arizona revised statutes.
Entering any public establishment or attending any public event, carrying a deadly weapon on your person, after a reasonable request by the operator of the establishment, or the sponsor of the event has asked you to remove your weapon and place it in the custody of the operator of the establishment, or the sponsor of the event for temporary storage. In other words, they do not want you to enter the event or establishment with a firearm.
Depending upon the situation, Misconduct Involving a Firearm can be a class 2,3,4 or 6 Felony and at times a Class 1 or 3 Misdemeanor.
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