GCO Files Motion for Summary Judgment in 2nd SSN Case

GCO has filed a motion for summary judgment in the second case filed in federal court over probate courts’ requirements for firearms license applicants to provide social security numbers.  This case, Puckett v. Powell, against the Henry County Probate Court, focuses on the continued refusal to provide warnings required by the federal Privacy Act whenever social security numbers are requested.  The defendant will have until April 20 to respond.  The text of the brief in support of the motion can be found at http://www.georgiacarry.com/puckett/Doc32-2Brief-in-support-of-MSJ.pdf

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