Empower U - March 19 - Ohio Gun Law Changes


Sean Maloney Returns with Important Legislative Information!

EmpowerU Studio at Frame USA

225 Northland Blvd

Cincinnati, Ohio 45246

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Before our Gun Law Class EmpowerU is thrilled to debut Homecoming: A short Film Tuesday Night in Cincinnati:
“What Happens when a College sophomore returns Home to share some important news with his parents, and things don’t go quite as he expected…until they do.”

Homecoming: A Short Film of about 7 minutes will debut in Cincinnati before our class on Gun Laws in Ohio.  Created in 2019, Homecoming: A Short Film has won several awards and will surely add some fun to Tuesday’s class:

  • Best Ensemble at the LA Comedy Fesitval.
  • Screenings at Beaufort, Scottsdale, Wake Forest, Spokane, San Jose Festivals and more.
  • Winner of six Festival Awards for short films
  • Winner of Best Short Award at Sedona Film Festival.

Sean Maloney’s class on Gun Laws will begin about 7:15 pm.  Note: Tonight’s virtual Class will not start until 7:15 PM as the film cannot be shown on the Internet.

Returning from our 15thsemester Attorney and gun law expert Sean Maloney will speak to us about the gun rights and changes for Ohio effective in March. He will talk about how we got there, and what is next. How do outside interest groups affect Ohio legislation, and what are their hidden agendas?  Sean’s class will give you the factual insight for moving forward.  What do you need to be concerned about most as a gun owner in the State of Ohio

Sean a passionate defender of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Sean Maloney is a defense attorney and member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers who practices in all areas of firearm-related law, including 2nd Amendment rights, criminal defense, federal and state restoration of gun rights, and federal NICS appeals. He has appeared as an expert witness in a variety of civil lawsuits related to firearms.

As an attorney, Sean’s law practice focuses on defending the rights of law-abiding gun owners who are forced to use their firearms in self-defense through Second Call Defense, which he co-founded.