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Providing Trustworthy Representation In Gun Law Cases

Ohio’s gun laws have changed substantially in the past few years. These changes could make a substantial difference in your right to own a firearm if you’ve had an encounter with the criminal justice system.

The Cincinnati gun rights attorneys at Cohen Todd Criminal Defense bring decades of experience to firearms violation cases. Our legal team views your individual situation and fights to minimize the impact of any charges brought against you. If you have already been convicted of a charge that bars you from owning a gun, our lawyers can pursue firearm rights restoration, which allows you to exercise your Second Amendment rights lawfully once again.

Ready To Respond To Your Firearms Case

Our Second Amendment team is led by attorney John O’Shea, who brings more than 30 years of criminal defense experience to gun rights cases. He’s a member of the United States Concealed Carry Association’s Critical Response Team which defends the rights of gun owners charged with an unlawful use of a concealed weapon.

John and the Cohen Todd Criminal Defense legal team can represent you in cases related to the following charges, among others:

  • Possession of a firearm in a restricted zone, such as a school safety zone or a courthouse
  • Possession of a weapon considered illegal in Ohio, including automatic weapons and machine guns
  • Possessing a firearm with an altered or missing mark of identification
  • Use of a gun while intoxicated
  • Discharge of a firearm near a public roadway or into an occupied structure

Don’t try to negotiate a firearms-related case without a skilled Ohio gun rights attorney at your side.

Regaining Your Gun Rights In Relief From Disability Cases

Not every adult in Ohio is allowed to own a firearm. Convicted felons, chronic drug users or those adjudicated to be mentally incompetent are considered “disabled” as it relates to gun ownership. However, our firm’s attorneys thoroughly examine your circumstances to determine if firearms rights restoration is a possibility for you. Our attorneys will look at both Ohio law and federal law and whether it is possible to regain your gun rights at both levels.

Rely On Our Firm For A Strong, Informed Second Amendment Defense

At Cohen Todd Criminal Defense, we take your Second Amendment rights seriously. To discuss your gun rights case with one of our attorneys, call us at 513-333-5297 (LAWS) or send us an online message to set up an appointment.