A man was sentenced to 118 months after a shootout with law enforcement on the interstate according to a Greensboro lawyer. It was a federal criminal case, and he was sentenced for knowingly possessing a firearm according to a Greensboro criminal lawyer.
It all started, when the Greensboro Police Department saw the man speeding through a work zone. They attempted to pull him over according to a Greensboro traffic ticket lawyer and he refused to stop. A chase started and the man crashed his vehicle. Our top rated lawyer in Greensboro was told that he got out of the car and began shooting at the police.
Police returned fire, and our firearm by felon lawyer was told the man was shot multiple times. A gun was found inside of the vehicle and later found to be stolen. He was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon as well as possession of a stolen firearm. He was placed on 3 years of probation after he serves his criminal sentence.