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Increases prison term for felony committed with firearm

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To amend sections 2929.14, 2941.141, 2941.144, and 2941.145 of the Revised Code to increase to ten years the mandatory prison term for a person who is convicted of a felony and who possessed a firearm while committing the felony, if the person displayed or brandished the firearm, indicated possession of it, or used it to facilitate the felony or if the firearm was an automatic firearm or was equipped with a muffler or silencer.

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Primary Sponsors

Jack Cera


Michele Lepore-Hagan
John M. Rogers

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