Our right to keep and bear arms is occasionally infringed upon or challenged, and that's when a qualified attorney is needed. Ohio is fortunate enough to have one of the best gun law attorneys in Derek A. DeBrosse of Columbus.
DeBrosse, an Iraq War Veteran, operates The Law Office of Derek A. DeBrosse in the state capital, however, his practice is statewide because his specialty focuses on the defense and preservation of his client's 2nd Amendment rights.
There are various reasons why any of us would need the services of a qualified gun law attorney. DeBrosse specializes in the following: state and federal gun law, gun trusts and firearm estate planning, concealed carry issues, criminal gun charges, Civil Rights violations, firearm rights restorations, federal firearms license issues and gun related business issues.
That's a lot of issues to cover. DeBrosse also handles many other firearms-related cases that involve FFL licenses for businesses and
Class III weapons and National Firearms Act (NFA) Trusts for individuals. In his spare time DeBrosse is a certified firearms instructor and offers pro bono legal service as the General Counsel for Ohioans for Concealed Carry and American Legion, Department of Ohio. He also
teaches firearms law courses for members of the Columbus Bar Association and is a part-time Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for the village of Hartford, Ohio.
DeBrosse is a lifelong shooter and firearms enthusiast. He said he enjoys the focus of tackling firearms law issues and offers this advice: "It's very important to have a gun lawyer. You need to preserve your rights and have someone that's well-versed in gun laws."
Firearms and gun law cases can offer different challenges and demands for gun owners and collectors. Some of those challenges might include assisting individuals with the purchase of Class III weapons or handling estates for gun collectors. DeBrosse said he's handled many estates for gun collectors; and can assist clients in forming trusts or wills to assure their property is distributed correctly.
As DeBrosse dedicates a lot of his practice for concealed carry owners, he also assists sportsmen by providing much information on his website (www.ohiogunlawyer.com). That would include videos, radio interviews, a Sportsman's Corner and newsletter available free to the public.
Many times DeBrosse is called upon to speak as an authority about gun laws and firearm issues around the state. That includes a radio interview on Ohio Valley Outdoors Radio Show in October on ESPN 1240 and WSOM 600.
As a full-service law firm DeBrosse also offers: OVI-OMVI-DUI representation, estate planning, probate, expungement, domestic violence and more. To contact the Law Office of Derek DeBrosse, call 614-316-7850 or email: email@example.com. The mailing address is: 1161 Bethel Road, Suite 101, Columbus, OH 43220.