Lawmaker hopes next judge is active in community
by Tom Spigolon
03:12 PM, Tuesday, August 26
A Paulding state legislator would prefer the county’s next Superior Court judge to be both highly knowledgeable of the law and a “participating member of our community,” he said last week. District 67 State Rep. Micah Gravley, R-Douglasville, also...

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