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Wright & Schulte Congratulate Attorney Erik Blaine On His Appointment To The Common Pleas Court Of Montgomery County

Mr. Erik Blaine, an attorney with Wright & Schulte since 2012, will join the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Court on May 18th, 2017. The attorneys of Wright & Schulte congratulate Attorney Erik Blaine on his appointment. Mr. Blaine was appointed to the Bench by Gov. John Kasich and will join the Court on May 18th to replace the honorable Judge Michael Tucker. “We are proud of Erik’s many accomplishments

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Jury Awards Verdict Of Over $6 Million To The Widower Of A 34 Year Old Pregnant Woman Who Died After Physicians And Hospital Failed To Diagnose Pre-Eclampsia

Under the representation of attorney Michael Wright of Wright & Schulte and Dwight Brannon, after hours of testimony, an Ohio jury awarded more than $6 million for failure to diagnose. On February 29, 2009, Karla Fountaine complained to her physician, Dr. Cheryl Gill, that she developed a cough, headaches, she had gained an unusual amount of weight, and her blood pressure increased during her pregnancy. Two days

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Ohio Man Denied Concealed Carry Permit Wins Appeal By Erik R. Blaine Of Wright & Schulte

Wright & Schulte, dedicated to protecting the rights of citizens to keep and bear arms, is pleased to announce that the Ohio Second District Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of its client, a Montgomery County Man who was denied his application for a concealed carry license. The Appellant was represented by Erik R. Blaine, an attorney with the firm who focuses in Second Amendment Rights. The Appellant was stopped

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Trust in Americans

Recently, I had a conversation with a friend of mine regarding a social media post about firearms. After a healthy debate, I sat back and thought about our respective positions. Essentially, our views could be distilled to this simple dichotomy: I believe citizens can be trusted and should be trusted with the right to bear arms and my friend believes they cannot. Our conversation reminded me of the 1990s television show

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Ohio Pardons – Forgive do not Forget

The old adage forgive and forget does not extend to Ohio law and so Ohio Pardons – Forgive do not Forget. On January 28, 2015, the Ohio Supreme Court held that a petitioner who obtained a pardon from the Governor may not be entitled to have the pardoned convictions sealed. What? In State v. Radcliff, 2015-Ohio-235, the Petitioner Radcliff had been granted a pardon for several convictions stemming from a 1982 conviction

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Sig Brace and Pistol IS a SBR

Under a letter I just recieved from the ATF the Sig Brace and Pistol IS a SBR if it is used against your shoulder instead of your forearm! No matter what though, if you intend do this with your brace, since the Sig Brace and Pistol IS a SBR, you will need to register your firearm as an SBR. The best method of doing so is still using an NFA Gun Trust in order to make sure you, your loved ones and your property is fully

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