A GCO member recently received his renewal GFL after waiting almost 8 years since he applied. The member had been cited for something that, if still pending as an open case, could render him ineligible for a GFL. In this instance, however, the member never was prosecuted and the “case” was “dead docketed” by the…
The Coweta County attorney, on behalf of the Coweta County probate judge, has filed a brief in the Supreme Court of Georgia, opposing a GCO member’s request for the high court to review a decision of the Court of Appeals of Georgia.
GCO attorneys have filed a “petition for certiorari” with the Supreme Court of Georgia, asking the high court to review the decision of the Court of Appeals of Georgia in a case where the Court of Appeals ruled that probate juges may wait longer than 60 days to issue a firearms license.
The Cobb County Probate Court has filed its response to a GCO member’s motion for summary judgment in a Cobb County Superior Court case.
GCO has filed a motion for reconsideration with the Court of Appeals of Georgia, asking the court to re-examine its recent decision holding that probate courts need not comply with the statute requiring issuance of GFLs within 60 days of application.