Weapons Disability Relief - Restore your Firearm Rights
If you have been convicted of a felony drug offense or felony offense of violence, you are prohibited under Ohio law from owning, possessing, or acquiring a gun. [You are also prohibited under federal law from owning a gun if you have been convicted of any felony]. However, there is a way for you to restore your right to lawfully own a firearm.
Expungement (a.k.a "Sealing of Records")
You have probably heard of expungement -- it is a way to erase a previous conviction (or dismissed case, or acquittal) from your record, which can help when it comes to finding a job, obtaining licenses, etc.
Judicial release (formerly called "shock probation") is a way for someone who is serving a prison sentence to be released early. Some offenses are not eligible, and a certain amount of time has to be served before a person can ask a court for release.