State v. Thomas, Cuyahoga County

An Ohio common pleas court (trial court) judge has applied strict scrutiny to invalidate an Ohio gun prohibition. The gun prohibition at issue involved an old non-violent drug offense which would have placed the gun owneer under a disabiity from owning or possessing firearms.

The court said that the gun owner had a home and business in a high crime area and has a fundamental constitutional right to keep a firearm for protection.

Read the case here.


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