My question involves criminal law for the state of: Ohio

Are there any laws on the books, or any legal maxim relating to the use of non-physical force in self-defense? All the self-defense discussions seem to address physical force (e.g., assault and battery), what about non-physical force used to protect against, say, a threat to one's liberty rather than physical integrity? What laws or rules on the book address non-physical force in response to liberty violations?