Ohio: Self-Defense Enhancement Legislation Scheduled for Committee Hearing

| November 13, 2017

Ohio: Self-Defense Enhancement Legislation Scheduled for Committee Hearing

Tomorrow, the Senate Judiciary Committee will be accepting proponent testimony on important self-defense legislation.  Senate Bill 180, sponsored by state Senators Joe Uecker (R-14) and Jay Hottinger (R-31), would expand circumstances under which a person has no duty to retreat before using force in self-defense.  Further, this bill would shift the burden of proof to the state, so the state would have to prove beyond reasonable doubt that a person charged with an offense that involved the use of force against another, did not use that force in self-defense.  Senate Bill 180 would also reduce certain concealed handgun offenses to minor misdemeanors and eliminate the mandatory posting of signs that warn against the conveyance of a deadly weapon onto specified premises.

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