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Ohio’s Concealed Carry Law Update

The State of Ohio will now allow adult citizens to carry a firearm without a permit.  In order to lawfully carry a concealed firearm, a person must either have a valid Ohio concealed carry license or be an Ohioan over the age of 21 to carry without a permit. Those who carry either under this statute or with a concealed carry license are required to notify a law enforcement officer who has performed a stop pursuant to their law enforcement duties that they are carrying a concealed firearm.

To read this Manual, click here.

To read the Attorney General’s press release, click here.

Authors: Matthew John Markling and the McGown & Markling Team.

Note: This blog entry does not constitute – nor does it contain – legal advice. Legal jurisprudence is like the always-changing Midwestern weather. As a result, this single blog entry cannot substitute for consultation with a McGown & Markling attorney. If legal advice is needed with respect to a specific factual situation, please feel free to contact a McGown & Markling attorney.

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