Week of July 28, 2014 -- Judge Christopher S. Brasher -- Courtroom 8E
Effective immediately, the Superior Court Family Division Administrative Offices including the One Stop Office for Temporary Protective Orders (TPOs) has been moved to the 2nd floor (# 2Q) in the Justice Center Building, 160 Pryor Street SW, Atlanta until further notice.
Citizens seeking additional information regarding services may contact the Family Division at 404-612-0505.
Effective immediately, The Customer Service window for Superior Court Administration on the 6th floor of the Lewis Slaton Courthouse is temporarily closed. Patrons seeking information should contact the Superior Court Administration main line at 404-612-4518.
ATLANTA (May 29, 2014) - The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) has received notice of a new round of “Court Case” email scams. The emails purportedly inform recipients they are to appear in court as a judge may hear their case regardless of their attendance. These emails have an attachment.
Please be warned that these emails appear to be a scam and false. For security reasons, recipients of the email are advised not to open the attachment accompanying these emails as they may contain a virus or other malware.
Read the full press release for more information and to see a sample scam email.
ATLANTA (March 7, 2014) - Judge Cynthia Wright will retire from the Superior Court of Fulton County this year. She joined the Superior Court in 1996 and became its Chief Judge in 2009, a position she held through January of 2014. Her professional life has been one of long and dedicated public service. Her colleague, Judge Todd Markle authored a written tribute to her dedicated service to the Superior Court of Fulton County and to all Fulton County citizens. Read the editorial published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle here.
ATLANTA (March 7, 2014) - Judge Todd Markle over sees Veteran’s Court, Fulton County’s newest Accountability Court. Clients accepted into this program have very high risk factors associated with program failure and very few intact protective factors. Most of the participants that have returned to this jurisdiction have sought to deal with the traumas associated with war and re-acclimating to an urban setting by becoming addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. Judge Markle understands this reality and that each client must be treated individually based on his or her particular needs. Read the entire article for details.
ATLANTA (March 3, 2014) - Judge Wendy Lee Shoob has been named Deputy Chief Judge of the Fulton County Superior Court. Shoob will replace Judge Gail Tusan, who has been named Chief Judge of the Superior Court of Fulton County. Deputy Chief Judge Shoob currently serves as the Chief Judge of the Fulton County Superior Court Family Division. Shoob joined the Fulton County Superior Court in 1996. View the entire press release.
ATLANTA (February 4, 2014) - The Superior Court of Fulton County is proud to announce that the Honorable Cynthia D. Wright has been awarded the 3rd Annual Emory Findley Award for outstanding judicial service. The award was presented at the January 2014 Winter Meeting of the Council of Superior Court Judges held in Athens, Georgia. Qualifications for the award require that recipients be a member of the judiciary who has exemplified the virtues of Judge Emory Findley. Read the entire press release for more details.
ATLANTA (January 14, 2014) - The Superior Court of Fulton County is pleased to announce the launch of its Speakers Bureau. The Speakers Bureau will allow the public to request a Judge, Court Administrator, or a program staff member to participate in organizational events and speaking engagements. See the full press release for more information.