I'm making this post in response to a comment that Malum made at the recent GCO appearance at the Federalist Society. I may have taken this out of context, but that is why I'm asking for this info. What Malum mentioned was something to the effect that Georgia's firearms laws are so screwed up that one could conceiveably make a citizens arrest of a police officer for carrying a firearm. Of course, there was a specific legal term for this, but it eludes me. I saw a few of the law students nodding as if it made sense to them, but it made no sense to me. I was trying to explain Georgia's goofy firearm laws to my girlfriend, who is a police officer and I mentioned what I heard at the meeting. Of course, I looked dumb because I couldn't fully explain it. I think that if I knew exactly what it was about that I could use it as one of those common sense arguments for the reform of GA's gun laws when I talk about it at work or socially.