Alaska Fish and Game Violation Attorney
Wasilla Hunting License Defense Lawyer
For hunters and fishermen, Alaska is paradise. If you are accused of violating the strict hunting laws of the state of Alaska, the Law Office of Chadwick McGrady, P.C., will aggressively and thoroughly defend your rights.
As one of the last states in the union, Alaska draws people with a pioneering spirit. Some of these people are nonresident tourists who have hired Alaskan outfitters to guide them. Some, including Palmer, Alaska, fish and game violation lawyer Chad McGrady, are avid sportsmen and hunt because they enjoy the challenge.
Strict conservation laws govern hunting and fishing in Alaska. If you've been accused of violating these hunting laws and rules, the results can be serious. A nonresident's loss of his hunting or fishing privileges in Alaska can result in a loss of hunting and fishing privileges in his home state.
Helping You Avoid Fines and Forfeiture
If you are charged with a fish and games crime, your hunting gear can be confiscated and your mode of transportation can be taken away by the state. This includes your four-wheeler, your airplane, your boat and your game. This is called "forfeiture." As a hunter and an attorney, Chad McGrady knows how to best defend you if you've been charged with:
- Shooting a sub legal sheep or moose
- Killing a grizzly bear when it is too young
- Shooting on the same day that you have flown in your plane
- Failure to salve all edible meat
- Nonresident hunting without a guide
The best way to avoid criminal charges and forfeiture is to ensure that you understand Alaska game regulations. Attorney McGrady can help walk you through the legal process and explain to you all of your rights and responsibilities. He will do his best to protect your interests at all times.
Representing Outfitters on the Front and Back Ends
Attorney Chad McGrady can help you comply with the outfitter statutes, resolve paperwork problems and defend you against other serious violations of hunting laws that otherwise might lead to the revocation of your guide license or commercial big game hunting license. Typically, when an outfitter or assistant guide faces a criminal charge, the outfitter also must contend with the Big Game and Commercial Services Board. Attorney Chad McGrady has extensive experience representing outfitters and assistance guides in both criminal court and before the Big Game Board.
Contact experienced attorney Chad McGrady to schedule your free initial consultation.