Last week, in an under-reported development, the Supreme Court of Georgia handed a resounding victory to the state’s weapons carry license applicants. In Roberts v. Cuthpert, the Court ruled that sovereign immunity and constitutional principles do not bar an award of attorney’s fees and costs to an applicant that has to sue a probate judge who wrongly denies an application.
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