The most common form of Misconduct Involving Weapons occurs when a defendant carries a concealed deadly weapon on his/her person, within his/her immediate control in his/her vehicle without a permit or possesses a deadly weapon if he/she is a “prohibited possessor”.

Some less common forms of Misconduct Involving Weapons include, selling or transferring a deadly weapon to a “prohibited possessor”, defacing a deadly weapon, possessing a defaced deadly weapon knowing it was defaced, possessing a deadly weapon on school grounds, amongst others.

Depending on the type of conduct involved, a defendant in this case may be charged with a Class 3 Felony or a less serious crime.

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