In his federal lawsuit against Paulding County deputies for arresting him for carrying a concealed weapon, when the weapon was openly carried, GCO member Luke Woodard has filed a reply brief in support of his motion for reconsideration. The motion asks the court to reconsider its ruling that Woodard cannot seek damages for the concealed weapons charge because the deputies had “arguable probable cause” to arrest Woodard for disorderly conduct. The documents may be viewed here.
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