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First ever graduation for the Parental Accountability Court (PAC)

The Forsyth County Superior Court held its first ever graduation for the Parental Accountability Court (PAC) on Friday, March 19, 2021. The program celebrated two participants who successfully completed the program by meeting their child support obligations and achieving goals that were set to help participants improve their economic and social well-being.

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January 2021 New Attorneys Swearing-In Ceremony

Congratulations on passing the Georgia Bar Exam!

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Spanish Interpreter Intern Program

Forsyth Central's inaugural Spanish Interpreter Intern Program student witnesses first-hand courtroom language interpreting.

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Ground Broken For New Juvenile Justice Center

Ground was broken on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020, for a new Forsyth County Juvenile Justice Center.

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Chief Judge T. Russell McClelland Receives Top Honor for State Court Judges

Chief Judge T. Russell McClelland Receives Top Honor for State Court Judges

Chief State Court Judge T. Russell McClelland received the Ogden Doremus-Kent Award from the Council of State Court Judges for his leadership, ethics and professionalism on the bench, as well as his community involvement.                                          

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New Attorney Swearing-In Ceremony

Judge Bagley swears in two new attorneys.

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Court Administrator Elected President of Georgia Council of Court Administrators

Court Administrator Elected President of Georgia Council of Court Administrators

Bell-Forsyth Judicial Circuit Court Administrator Robin Rooks has been elected President of the Georgia Council of Court Administrators (GCCA) for the 2020-2021 term.

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Resuming In-Person Jury Trials as Soon as November

Resuming In-Person Jury Trials as Soon as November

Forsyth County Superior Court Chief Judge Jeff Bagley said this week he will likely convene “the first jury trial in this pandemic era.”

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Summer Judicial Interns

Summer judicial internships are a great way for law students to gain valuable real-life experience in the field.

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Forsyth County Courthouse Hosts Oratorical Contests

Over the past two weeks, the Forsyth County Courthouse hosted the Forsyth-Cumming Optimist Club’s annual Oratorical Contests for the elementary, middle and high schools.

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