Ken Hanson is a general practice attorney and part-time municipal prosecutor.
Ken was first exposed to self-defense issues while living in Washington D.C. and working an internship with the U.S. State Department in the Bureau of Diplomatic Security. Ken has been involved with numerous lawsuits involving firearm rights in Ohio and was the attorney of record for the Buckeye Firearms amicus brief in the Heller case.
Ken also holds a type 01 FFL, is an NRA instructor in all handgun disciplines and a frequent speaker and lecturer on firearm issues. He is involved in the legislative process, including direct lobbying and drafting of model legislation in the state of Ohio.