Cambridge, OH asked in Criminal Law for Ohio

Q: If charged with weapon under disability multiple times will each charge be mandatory or can they be combined

Example of indictment F1 aggravated robbery w spec f1 aggravated burglary w spec f2 felonious assault w spec f3 grand theft f4 grand theft motor vehicle w spec

What is max and min sentence just for weapons under disability

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Matthew Williams

  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Licensed in Ohio

A: It depends if the charges stem from one incident or a series of incidents, and whether you’re charged with weapons under disability in state or federal court. Also, your example indictment doesn’t have a charge for weapons under disability. Gun specs (which are different from weapons under disability charges) for the same indicent would merge for sentencing.

In any case, it sounds like you need to get an attorney ASAP. An indictment like that could put you in prison for many years.

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