GCO has settled its long-standing case against Coweta County for banning firearms in county parks.
Since GCO’s victory in the Georgia Court of Appeals, it has been difficult keeping up with posting the news articles. Here are several from the last few days. Court of Appeals Rejects County’s Firearms Ordinance?Fayette Citizen, December 6, 2007 Coweta Ruling Bodes Ill for Ban on Guns in Parks Athens Banner Herald, December 7, 2007…
The Newnan Times Herald reported GCO’s victory in the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the county attorney is quoted indicating that he will present the court’s decision to the Board of Commissioners before any decision is made on appealing to the Supreme Court. From the end of the news story: “We are pleased the court…
GCO has filed its reply brief in its appeal of a Coweta County Superior Court ruling that Coweta County may ban the carry or possession of firearms in its parks.
Coweta County has filed a brief in response to GCO’s request for the Court of Appeals of Georgia to overturn a ruling of the Coweta County Superior Court.
GCO has filed its brief in the Court of Appeals of Georgia, in the case where the Coweta County Superior Court ruled that Coweta County may ban guns from county parks.
The Newnan Times Herald published a story today (June 25, 2007) regarding the ruling on Coweta’s preempted ordinance and GCO’s notice of appeal.
Judge Jack Kirby, Superior Court of Coweta County, issued yesterday (received today) an Order in the preemption lawsuit