Services Rendered to Attorneys

Writer hereof, (Johan Martin of Martin & De Beer Inc), because of his police background, has always been interested to establish a niche as an attorney to specialise in a direction where he would feel familiar with, and therefor established a practise, since 2005, where our team currently work full steam to make the Firearms Control Act, 2000 (Act number 60 of 2000) userfriendly to all.

We, in association with Legally Armed, a closed corporation of which writer hereof is the co-owner, have establish ourselves as a group of people that do not stand back for any challenge coming our way in this field, such as any type of application, appeal procedure, or to represent the alleged negligent firearm owner at an administratve action by a police tribunal in their effort to declare such a person unfit to possess a firearm/s.

The Promotion of Administrative Justice Act, 2000 (Act number 3 of 2000) and the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (Act number 2 of 200) regulate administrative decisions taken by the State.

We are aware of the fact that the Central Firearm Control Register (“the Registrar”) frequently makes controversial decisions that frustrate and will be detrimental to your client.

We also assist firearm owners who have already been declared unfit to possess a firearm/s, to lodge an appeal against the decision taken by the presiding officer, either on the merits or the administative process of the police.

We have assisted a lot of our attorney colleagues with advice and helped them to lodge their applications on their behalf, with good success.

We would like to assist you if you are prepared to give your client the opportunity to make use of our professional services.

Legally Armed has assisted more than 26000 prospective- and firearm owners since the year 2005, with good success. There is an office near you! They do any type of application / motivation and assist us with appeal applications, which we forward to the Appeal Board.

Non-litigation fees are charged when it is alleged that a firearm owner was negligent in drafting representations to the presiding police officer in an attempt to stop these proceedings or/and assist a client during such an administrative trial at his/her local police station.

If you are not sure how to handle such cases as discused above, please refer your client to us, because he/she will surely have a better chance of success. You will also keep your client's loyalty!

Please contact our nearest office to assist you.