GCO Files Third Suit Against Governor Kemp for Violations of Rights

Monday morning, May 4, 2020,  GeorgiaCarry.Org filed our third lawsuit against Governor Brian Kemp and the state of Georgia in the Superior Court of Union County.  The case is Elizabeth House & GeorgiaCarry.Org, Inc, vs BRIAN KEMP, individually and in his official capacity as Governor of the State of Georgia and Dwain Brackett, individually and in his official capacity as judge of the probate court of Union County in the below violations:

1) Violations of the right to keep and bear arms:
Article I, Sec. I, Par. VIII of the Georgia Constitution guarantee a right to keep and bear arms. By effectively preventing House from carrying a handgun outside her home, motor vehicle, or place of business, either openly or concealed, Kemp and Brackett are violating the Constitution of the State of Georgia
2) Violation of OCGA 16-11-129
By refusing to accept or process GWL applications, Brackett is violating O.C.G.A. § 16-11-129.
3) in Violation of due process.
Art. 1, §1, ¶1 of the Georgia Constitution prohibits deprivation of life, liberty, or property without due process of law. By requiring a GWL to carry a weapon and then refusing to accept or process applications for GWLs, Kemp and Brackett are depriving House of life, liberty, or property without due process under the Georgia Constitution.
The Details of the lawsuit can be found here.
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