There are currently no “red flag” or extreme risk protection order statutes in Georgia. While family violence protective orders and some stalking orders grant judges the authority to restrict possession of firearms for those subject to a “no contact” decree, no “red flag” type of legislation exists. That’s why HB 309, the “Georgia Red Flag Protective Order Act,” was introduced last February by Democrats in the state House of Representatives.  

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