In the state of Georgia, best I understand up until a staff member or owner of the business/property asks that you leave, if you're conceal or open carrying in a place of business with a posted no carry placard it's not a crime. If you refuse to leave and don't leave immediately it is then criminal trespassing. Can anyone definitively state if that's true and accurate one way or the other? I don't make it a practice to spend my money at any such business but when I'm in a larger city I sometimes (rarely unless in ATL) but sometimes see these signs posted at say a gas station, well unless another station is right across the street or something 9 times out of 10, it's concealed and people are typically oblivious so I ignore it go about my business purchase what I went in to purchase and leave. Listening to a defense attorney in Ohio though in their state it's actually a crime the second you walk through the door. A very minor one, but one none the less. I'm currently under the impression that in the state of GA it's not unless they ask you leave and you don't do so immediately and then it's criminal trespassing. Is that accurate for GA or no? And if not can anyone give factual comment on what you're actually guilty of if anything?