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Growing number of gun cases concerns judge

January 9, 2013

LISBON — Preliminary hearings were reset Tuesday in Columbiana County Municipal Court in three cases involving people accused of illegally carrying firearms....

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Jan-12-13 7:45 AM

Thought eBay didn't allow weapon sales?!

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Mind the space when you copy and paste. Worth a look!

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Jan-11-13 4:43 AM

It's judges like these, along with politicians who want to take guns from law abiding citizens.

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Jan-09-13 4:06 PM

Is Frost a Democrat?

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Jan-09-13 2:11 PM

Amazing. Go to the Ohio Attorney General's web site and look up the law. I'm not a lawyer, just a knowledgeable gun owner and all this information is easily attained. It is not illegal to carry into all bars. I don't think the bar mentioned above is a Class D, if so, it is illegal. However, the way the article was written is very misleading. The law regarding carrying in bars was updated in September of 2011 and here is the change. This is directly from the Ohio Attorney General's web site.

Licensed Class D liquor permit premises if you are consuming beer or intoxicating liquor or are under the influence. If you are not consuming, you may carry unless there is a conspicuous sign prohibiting carry. Possession of a concealed firearm is allowed in a retail store with a D-6 or D-8 permit as long as the concealed carry license holder is not consuming liquor. Class D permits are generally issued to an establishment that sells alcohol for consumption on the premises.

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Jan-09-13 10:51 AM

This is flat out unacceptable. Our own judge clearly doesn't know what the law states in his own jurisdiction. I'm not saying the people mentioned in the article weren't breaking the law, but it isn't absolutely against the law to carry into a bar. If he doesn't know that then he shouldn't hold his position, period.

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Jan-09-13 10:07 AM

Frost wonders if signs are posted at bars? Where do these people come from?

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Jan-09-13 5:26 AM

Three cases raises concerns over a gun-possession 'increase'? Puh-lease!

If found guilty, however, they should be spanked soundly. It could have turned into a real mess if ahole #1 would have pulled the trigger in the bar.

Personally, if he had pointed a gun at me, I probably would have killed him. I don't feel it's worth my life to try to figure out if he's joking or not.

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