Towns County snafu

Discussion in 'Ga. County Licensing Information' started by fallison, Jul 5, 2007.

  1. fallison

    fallison Guest

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    I applied for my license on May 2. 60 days was July 1. On July 2 I called the probate court and was told they had not recieved the information back yet. I called Cheryl at GCIC and was told my results had been returned to the sheriff's office on May 25. I went to the sheriff's office to inquire. The firearms license folder was pulled out and my application was located with no background check attached. I told them what I was told by GCIC so was told to wait a minute. I watched as she went through a stack of background reports and mine was located. So in this case, the holdup wasn't the Probate Court or the GBI. The report sat on the desk at the SO for more than a month and was only acted upon when I asked about it in person.
     

  2. Malum Prohibitum

    Malum Prohibitum Moderator Staff Member

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    Moore v. Cranford, from the Georgia Firearm Caselaw Page.

    So, may this reasonably be attributed to the investigative process, since the probate judge did not yet receive notification within the 60 day time period (much less 50 days)?
     
  3. fallison

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    Well, one good thing about it is she set the folder of applications on the stack of background checks like she decided to go ahead and match them up since I made her get them out. So I may have sped up some other peoples' applications.