Weapons Offenses

 
 

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution has been interpreted to allow individuals to possess firearms for self-defense.  However, the federal and state governments are permitted to regulate the possession and transportation of firearms.  Like many states, Ohio is a state that has very particular and specific laws on carrying, possessing, and transporting weapons.

  • Carrying a concealed weapon (CCW)

  • Illegal conveyance

  • Having weapons under disability

  • Improper handling firearms in a motor vehicle

  • Using weapons while intoxicated

  • Discharging firearms in prohibited areas

  • Possessing defaced firearms

  • Unlawful transactions in weapons

  • Improperly furnishing firearms to a minor


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