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Discussion in 'GA Laws and Politics' started by juju151, Apr 30, 2007.
This is a typical display of lack of common sense. This would mean anywhere outside your home would be a PG. And this moron is being paid with tax dollars?
I wouldn't be surprised if more than 75% of the judges think this way.
What? I believe it may be that high.
I was just giving a general to the whole situation of judges not knowing anything about PG's
oh, ok. i gotcha.
These are generally the same judges dragging their feet when it comes to issuing the license in the first place. If they don't follow the 60 day law, then how can one expect them to follow another law or interpret it correctly?
Don't just tell her about it, send it to her!
Come on, man, how often does an opportunity like this present itself to you? Don't let it get away!
We should all see our duties as including educating those whom we can educate, and a powerful person has just fallen in your lap.
Then what in the blue fk does she think those GFL's are for? Seems pretty damn useless to issue a person a license to carry a firearm in public if it is illegal to carry a firearm in any public place where people may gather.
To give her the benefit of the doubt, she probably has just not thought it through.
No need to wait.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ga/sp ... dress.html
And a handwritten polite note is so much better received, and better remembered, then an email, especially in this modern age when a handwritten note (perhaps even on stationary) is so rare.
And it is not like I am saying that the mailing address for this unnamed judge would be on this list or anything, but if it was . . .
MP I love you
This may be to far fetched of an idea....
But what if we were to try to get the emails of as many judges as we could, have someone eloquently write a generic email with the McDonald's case, AG's opinion, etc. and we all volunteer to send out 25 or so of these to various criminal judges throughout the state.
Just an idea.