Was it Tracy? Hmm that's interesting, I have mine scheduled for next Thursday and I know of other people that have theirs scheduled for the 29th.
I didn't ask about adding new guns to the permit but it's good to know that we don't need to do the whole process over again for additional pistols.
I just talked to the court clerk in Gloucester county. She said they are doing hearings once per month for permits, and it's a lot of work on top of a busy schedule. They are very backed up. She said they are requiring Zoom hearings, and will contact applicants via email with info about your hearing.
She said they are giving permits that are restricted to the specific guns you qualified with. If you want to add guns after you have the permit, you need to file a motion with the court (which you can do without a lawyer), and get scheduled for a new hearing. You don't need to go through the entire process again, but it will be time consuming.
What did you mean by that? Just to be clear, what I was stating is that, given the way things are, currently, if Constitutional Carry were to be passed in FL today, the "Rodent/FRF" would insist that no gun signs acquire the force/weight of law, where they currently do not. But, even without the force/weight of law, the signs at least give you the merchant's position on the matter. The only thing the merchant can do without force of law is order you to leave if you are caught carrying (either concealed or open). If you refuse to leave, it becomes a crime (armed trespass - A felony). With Force/weight of law, the fact that you carried in the establishment, on its own, creates a crime, regardless of whether you leave or not.