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Firearm Charges

Most gun owners, by and large, are responsible gun owners. However, you may be committing a misdemeanor or felony weapons offense without even realizing it. Some of the most common firearm and weapon charges in Columbus are: -Carrying concealed weapons -Unlawful possession of a dangerous ordnance -Unlawful transaction in weapons -Improper discharge of a firearm…
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Supreme Court Rules Individuals Convicted of Domestic Violence Cannot Own a Gun

Supreme Court Rules Individuals Convicted of Domestic Violence Cannot Own a Gun Today, in Voisine v. United States,  the Supreme Court ruled that individuals convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence are prohibited from owning a gun under U.S.C. §922(g)(9). In another Supreme Court case, United States v. Castleman, the Court established that an individual loses his…
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Second Amendment and Gun Rights of Ohio Residents

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, which grants Americans the right to keep and bear arms, has been a constant topic of debate since it’s ratification in 1791. Originally, construed to allow individuals the right to keep and bear arms connected to necessary militia service, the United States Supreme Court held in 2008…
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Proposed Bill Could Change Regulations for Concealed-Handgun Permits

New legislation passed in the Ohio Senate could create substantial changes in the state’s rules and procedures for issuing concealed-handgun permits if the law is signed into effect by the governor. House Bill 234, as approved by the Senate, ultimately would make it easier for Ohio residents to legally carry a concealed weapon. The bill…
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