Kentucky Firearm Law

In Kentucky most people are allowed to keep legal firearms in the home.  The problem with gun possession arises when people possess a gun in public.  Kentucky citizens are only allowed to carry a concealed handgun if they have a Carry Conceal Deadly Weapon (CCDW) permit.  If you are accused of illegal possessing a gun John Olash can help you face the charges with a strong defense.  Even if you have a CCDW permit there are many restrictions on when firearm possession is legal.

Gun possession with or without a CCDW permit can result in an arrest and a criminal prosecution if the gun possession occurred:

–  school property

–  amusement park

–  government polling place

–  airport

–  racetrack