Not a Useless Law
That Ohio law, if passed, would not be useless chest-beating.
Currently in Ohio, during a divorce, if one side wants to make-up a story about abuse from her/his spouse, the local Domestic Relations Court can and routinely DOES order the Sheriff to (temporarily) impound the accusee's deadly weapons (guns, bows, swords, etc) until the divorce is final. The accusee need not to *ever* have even been suspected of a crime. This is a clear 2A violation, but the liberal courts and prosecutors allow it to happen. SB36 would prevent this unless written in such a way as to allow the unConstitutional seizure.
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