Pursuant to the Order of April 6, 2020, from the Supreme Court of Georgia, the statewide Judicial Emergency has been extended until May 13. As such, any court date you have scheduled before May 13, 2020, is likely to be rescheduled.
For potential clients who would prefer to avoid in-person consultations, we are offering consultations by telephone or video conference.
For current clients of the firm with pending court dates before May 13, please call or email us for an update. We will do our best to keep you informed, but many clerk and prosecutor offices are working with limited hours and staff.
Have You Been Denied a Weapon Carry License in GA? Sue The Judge!
In the recent case of Perry v. Ferguson the Georgia Supreme Court ruled that Clayton Probate Judge Ferguson was wrong to deny Perry's application for a Georgia weapon carry license because of his 1971 moonshining conviction that was later pardoned. Perry was so offended, that he sued Judge Ferguson. The case has worked its way through the court system to this eventual victory for Mr. Perry.
But the story may not end there. You see, Georgia law has recently changed to allow the recovery of ATTORNEY FEES against judges who wrongfully deny a carry license.