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)
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
Have you been charged with a weapons offense or gun offense? Contact The Stavroff Law Firm today to learn about your rights and begin building your defense.