GCO Files Suit Against Governor Kemp For Inability to Obtain a GWL

GeorgiaCarry.Org has filed a lawsuit against Governor Brian Kemp and the Fulton County probate judge because the novel coronavirus has led state courts to suspend the issuance of GWL’s.

Sara Carter, a Fulton County resident, and gun-rights organization GeorgiaCarry.Org filed  lawsuit Thursday against Governor Brian Kemp and Fulton County Probate Judge Pinkie Toomer.

Carter’s attorney John Monroe said there are three factors working against each other resulting in his client’s constitutional rights being violated.

Monroe stated that “One state law says you can’t carry a weapon without a license, and the probate judges essentially created a law by saying ‘we’re not going to issue licenses.’ And, above all else, you’ve got the Second Amendment saying you have the right to carry a weapon. So all this needs to be addressed.”

Details of the lawsuit can be found here.

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