The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, February 27th, heard three oral arguments, including an appeal from a Hamilton County man who was convicted for illegally possessing a gun. The basis for his indictment was a state law that prohibits a person from having a weapon if the person was found delinquent of a violent offense as a juvenile. He argues the law is unconstitutional because it equates criminal convictions in adult courts with adjudications in juvenile courts.
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