Interesting Georgia case
Eugene Volokh discusses Hertz v. Bennett, at the Volokh Conspiracy. The holding of the case isn't that astonishing: a person who pled out to five felony counts (three involving violent offenses) involving illegal gun use can be denied a concealed carry permit, even if the charges technically did not end in convictions.
What's interesting is that the three judges who concur in the result specifically state that the court's analysis presupposes that the right to arm extends to carry outside the home (which other courts have treated as "we'll do this if the Supreme Court orders us to, and not otherwise.").