Alaska Fish and Game Regulations Lawyer
Palmer Hunting License Lawyer Helping You Understand Alaska Regulations
Alaska, often seen as a hunter's paradise, is also home to some of the most complex game regulations in the United States. If you are charged with and convicted of a game violation, you will lose your hunting license in Alaska. Also, according to the Interstate Wildlife Violator's Compact, you will lose your hunting license in other states, as well.
The staff at the Law Office of Chadwick McGrady, P.C., stand ready to fight hard to protect your interests in court and your hunting privileges. Alaska fish and game regulations attorney Chad McGrady has extensive experience handling these regulations and protecting the rights of fellow sportsmen in courts throughout the state. Contact the firm to schedule your free initial consultation, during which attorney McGrady will explain in plain language what you are facing and what you can do about it.
One small misunderstanding of the Alaska fish and game regulations can cost you your hunting license here and elsewhere. It could also result in forfeiture of your hunting rifle, equipment and transportation.
Attorney McGrady Knows How the Individual Game Management Units Work
All game management units (GMU) are required to enforce the state's fish and game regulations. However, each GMU has different rules regarding which regulations they will and will not enforce. While some may be more liberal on what a hunter may harvest, others pay close attention to every detail, such as harvesting Alaskan moose with a certain number of brow ties or harvesting illegal rams.
It is important to work with a criminal defense attorney who not only understands the legal system; instead, you need an attorney who also has experience working within the hunting system. Attorney Chad McGrady is an avid sportsman and hunter who has represented numerous big game hunters in the past. He understands the small details that mean so much in these cases. With his experience in and out of court, he will be able to put forth a comprehensive game violations defense on your behalf.
Contact the Firm for More Information
Call (907) 746-0588, toll free (866) 919-2134, or e-mail experienced attorney Chad McGrady, who is aware of the nuances of the hunting and fishing laws. The firm represents clients in Palmer, Wasilla, and the Mat-Su Valley, as well as other communities throughout Alaska.