Dear Judge Toomer:Pinkie Toomer said:"You are correct that Georgia law provides for the issuance of a gun permit within sixty (60) days. However, that represents sixty (60) days from the date your application is completed. Completion of the application does not occur until law enforcement has conducted a criminal history check and returned it to the Probate Court for grant or denial of the permit. Generally, we issue firearms permits within 15 days of completion in cases where there is no criminal history."
Any chance of us seeing the entire letter?Boy Racer said:Pinkie T. Toomer writes (and this is only a portion of the entire letter):
Any chance of us seeing the entire letter?[/quote:136pgxpm]Sorry I've been gone for so long, I'm pretty busy at work. Here ya' go:Malum Prohibitum said:[quote="Boy Racer":136pgxpm] Pinkie T. Toomer writes (and this is only a portion of the entire letter):
Well, I guess if you are eligible for the license, so that there is no derogatory information, then your application will just never be "complete," and the 60 days will never even begin to run!When no derogatory information is found on the applicant bearing on his or her eligibility to obtain a license or renewal license, a report shall not be required.
Y'know, I'm not real keyed up to the idea of taking yet another day off to get this taken care of.jrm said:Boy Racer,
Go down there today (or at your convenience), and say yours has been lost (apparently it has), and ask for a replacement for $5. You also ought to be able to go to either annex (north or south) if that is more convenient for you.
That's easy. It's Judge Toomer.I'd much rather just figure out who is ultimately responsible for the lack of delivery on my request. I mean, in every organization, there's always one guy - somewhere up the chain, there's one person. I want to know who that one person is and I want to call them and hear what their excuse is.
That's up to you. But, nothing is going to happen if you do nothing. Your time and money spent up to now are sunk costs. You can spend a little more time and $5 to get your license, or you can do nothing and have nothing to show for your sunk costs.Y'know, I'm not real keyed up to the idea of taking yet another day off to get this taken care of.