Masks are required in all court complex buildings
Find out about your jury duty status so you can plan accordingly
Register to view criminal and civil judicial records online
Review the process to file a temporary protective order
Review the paperwork process to file for divorce
Review the paperwork process for child support and custody
Search Fulton County Inmate Database
Request verbal or sign language interpreters for a hearing, trial, or other court proceeding
View available Livestream Proceedings here
Overview of how to electronically file cases
The Superior Court of Fulton County is a trial court of general jurisdiction handling both civil and criminal law actions
The Office of the Court Administrator leads the administrative function of the Atlanta Judicial Circuit and the Fifth Judicial District
Fulton County Superior Court history from 1853 to present day
View our leadership team responsible for overall court functioning
View the justice and safety performance and initiatives dashboards from Fulton County
Providing Adult Drug, Behavioral Health, and Veteran Accountability Court Programs
Offering alternatives to litigation and provides opportunities for early, party-driven, fair resolution of conflicts
Provides just, accurate, timely, and efficient resolution of complex commercial and business cases
Providing a comprehensive approach to helping families in crisis by using both judicial adjudication and service intervention methods
Jury service is a serious, meaningful, and important responsibility. The court has implemented innovative and streamlined practices designed to make jury service easy and convenient.
Informing behavioral health strategy of the county’s criminal justice system
Staffed with customer service professionals who can provide information about the best self-help
Povides judicial officers with verified information for pretrial release determinations and monitors defendants released to the program
The Business Case Division operates pursuant to Atlanta Judicial Circuit Rule 1004, approved by the Georgia Supreme Court.
Cases transferred to the Business Case Division continue to be governed by the Georgia Civil Practice Act and the Uniform Superior Court Rules.
Pro Hac Vice applications must conform to Georgia Uniform Superior Court Rule 4.4.
We welcome feedback from the public