Technically nothing. The AG does not address the public in matters of law.ctdonath said:How can we encourage him to review the issue?
The more people who show interest, the earlier he'll respond and the more seriously he'll take it.
GCO LINKGunstar1 said:There should be more information later today, but for now I will just say it has to do with the 60 day issue and the Georgia Court of Appeals. 8)
Appellee cannot be allowed to subvert the statute by deliberately adopting a policy of refusing to request the instant national criminal background check, and then complain that her own refusal means she must wait beyond the 60 days to obtain a national criminal background check as a matter of public safety.
The actual appeal cannot be denied, the second to last page explains it:foshizzle said:So what if the appeal is denied? Does that confirm that GA is officially a may-issue state? Could this go either way? Is the legalese sound?
de novo = over again, anewOn appeal of a grant of summary judgment, the appellate court must review the evidence de novo to determine whether the trial court erred in concluding that no genuine issue of material fact remains and that the party was entitled to judgment as a matter of law.