Assuming the person is a GWL holder they'd be charged with a misdemeaor. They'd lose their gun forever. They'd loose their GWL for a period of time. They'd probably spend a few nights in the Fulton County jail until getting bonded out. The person would have an arrest record. They could face up to a year in jail but with no previous record the person would probably get some type of probation/community service, etc. The person would probably have to pay a fine. They would probably be expelled from the school forever. The person would probably be embarrsed by the local news.adrianrog said:The title says it all, can you legally carry on a college campus? What are the likely concequences if you're caught? My wife is considering another degree and Atlanta is out of the question if she can't carry.
http://www.georgiapacking.org/GaCode/?t ... section=5117-5-51
Any device which is used as a weapon in the commission of any crime against any person or any attempt to commit any crime against any person, any weapon the possession or carrying of which constitutes a crime or delinquent act, and any weapon for which a person has been convicted of violating Code Section 16-11-126 are declared to be contraband and are forfeited. For the purposes of this article, a motor vehicle shall not be deemed to be a weapon or device and shall not be contraband or forfeited under this article; provided, however, this exception shall not be construed to prohibit the seizure, condemnation, and sale of motor vehicles used in the illegal transportation of alcoholic beverages.