CRAWFORD COUNTY WEAPONS OFFENSE DEFENSE LAWYERS
UNDERSTANDING FIREARM LAWS IN OHIO
Have you been charged with a weapons offense? While Ohio does allow adults to purchase and openly carry a firearm, you are required to have a license if you possess a concealed handgun. There are also strict regulations on who can possess a firearm and where. We understand that you may be confused about your charges. To learn more about your charges and what you can do to defend against them, talk to our Crawford County weapons charges lawyers at Eyer Stone, LTD. We can review your charges to determine what your next steps should be.
Weapons that are prohibited and considered dangerous in Ohio include:
- Automatic firearms
- Firearms that are sawed off
- Ballistic knives
- Explosives and bombs
- Military weapons
- Possession of a firearm in an establishment that sells alcohol
It is also illegal for a felon to possess a firearm and for an individual to provide a firearm to a minor. No matter what your charges involve, we encourage you to tell us your view of the situation.
Discuss your weapons charges with us during a consultation.
EYER STONE, LTD WEAPON CRIME LEGAL COUNSEL
Our team at Eyer Stone, LTD is equipped to defend against any charges, including misdemeanor and felony weapons offenses. We are known for providing cutting-edge defense backed by client-focused counsel. If you need us to aggressively negotiate a favorable deal, we are ready to go the extra mile to press for the best possible outcome. If you would like to fight for your freedom in court, our talented trial attorneys are always prepared to defend you in front of a judge and jury. Tell us the details of your crime and we can give you our honest assessments of what you can expect.
Call our office at (419) 610-2032 to begin your confidential case review.
Aggravated Murder Jury Acquittal
Burglary Jury Acquittal
Third Offense OVI Jury Acquittal
Juvenile Bindover Bindover Denied
Juvenile Bindover Bindover Dismissed by State
Felon in Possession of Illegal Firearm Sentence Reduced Significantly
Felony Burglary Charge Reduced
First Time DUI Case Dismissed
Second DUI Case Dismissed
Appeal of Sentence Overturned