Law Shield thought it interesting that a recent Ohio Supreme Court ruling said an inoperable gun that cannot fire bullets is not a deadly weapon under the state law that prohibits carrying a concealed handgun without a license. In re J.T., Slip Opinion No. 2015-Ohio-3654, dealt with a criminal matter from March, 2013. A police
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