Who will be Georgia’s next judge? 3 candidates, 1 seat in Macon | Daily report
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Candidates for the Macon Judicial Circuit: (LR) Kevin B. Hicks, Founder and Managing Attorney, The Law Offices of Kevin B. Hicks & Associates, LLC, Sharon H. Reeves, Administrative Law Judge, Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation and Kenneth R . Smith, founding member and litigator, The Law Offices of Ken Smith, LLC. Free photos
One of these candidates is expected to fill a vacancy on the Macon Judicial Circuit bench created by the retirement of Chief Judge Howard Z. Simms.
September 21, 2023 at 9:47 am
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- Three candidates have been named to fill a vacancy on the Macon Judicial Circuit Superior Court created by the retirement of Chief Judge Howard Z. Simms.
- The Judicial Nominating Commission has shortlisted an administrative law judge and two attorneys for consideration of their appointment.
- Gov. Kemp is expected to nominate one of three Macon-based judicial candidates.
An administrative law judge and two trial attorneys are in the running to become the next Superior Court judge to join the Macon Judicial Circuit, which serves Bibb, Crawford and Peach counties.
The Judicial Nominating Commission of Georgia has released its shortlist of candidates from whom Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Chief Justice Howard Z. Simms in July.
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