(b) Any individual aggrieved by a violation of this Code section may seek in the courts of this state relief in an action at law or in equity or other proper proceeding for redress against any person who subjects such individual, or causes such individual to be subjected, to the deprivation of any of the rights, privileges, or immunities provided by this Code section.
(c) In addition to any other remedy at law or in equity, an individual aggrieved by the seizure or confiscation of a firearm in violation of this Code section may bring an action for return of such firearm in the superior court of the county in which that individual resides or in which such firearm is located. In any action or proceeding to enforce this Code section, the court shall award the prevailing party, other than the state or political subdivision thereof, reasonable attorneysÂ´ fees.
It's a nice idea and all, but I don't like it.slabertooch said:Nice bill, just one small suggestion. How about providing a definition for "Persons in the Military" ie. Active duty, Reserve, Inactive Reserve, National Guard, and all persons Retired, both while serving in an offical capacity and off "duty".
The AG says yes they are. However he is only answering a question about the law, he is not stating its full coverage."you have inquired if active duty military personnel are exempt from the permit requirements."