The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit has affirmed the dismissal of GCO’s lawsuit challenging the state residency requirement for weapons carry license applicants. The court said the GCO member, Regis Goyke, is free to bring the case again after he applies for a license. The court’s brief opinion can be found here.
GCO and GCO member Regis Goyke have filed a brief in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in their federal lawsuit seeking to overturn Georgia’s ban on issuing GFLs to non-residents. The case was dismissed by Senior U.S. District Judge Clarence Cooper on the grounds that GCO and Goyke did not have standing to bring…
GCO and member Regis Goyke have filed an appeal of the dismissal of their case by Atlanta federal judge Clarence Cooper. The case challenges Georgia’s law prohibiting non-residents from receiving GFLs. The notice of appeal and other documents may be viewed here.
A federal court in Atlanta has denied GCO’s motion for reconsideration in a case challenging Georgia’s law prohibiting issuing GFLs to non-residents.
Fulton County Probate Judge Pinkie Toomer has filed a brief opposing GCO’s motion for reconsideration of the dismissal of GCO’s federal lawsuit against her.
GCO has asked the federal district court in Atlanta to reconsider the dismissal GCO’s challenge over non-residents not being permitted to apply for GFLs.
A federal judge has denied Fulton County Probate Judge Pinkie Toomer’s first motion to dismiss GCO’s lawsuit challenging the Georgia statute prohibiting issuing GFLs to nonresidents. The motion, based on the original complaint, was dismissed as moot. Still pending is the second motion to dismiss. The judge’s order may be viewed here.
Fulton County Probate Judge Pinkie Toomer has filed a second motion to dismiss GCO’s class action against all probate judges in Georgia over the state law prohibiting non-residents from obtaining GFLs.
GCO has filed a reply in support of its motion for class certification in its nonresident GFL case.