Judge Todd Ashley

Todd Ashley

       Judge Linda Borsky

Judge Borsky

Judge Harry Bowden

Judge Bowden 2019

Judge Lillian Nash Caudle

Lillian Nash Caudle

Judge Kimberly Charles

Kimberly Charles

      Judge Hannah Chung

Hannah Chung

Judge John De Foor, II

John DeFoor II

Judge Chevelle Douglas

Chevelle Douglas

       Judge Chuck Douglas

Chuck Douglas

Judge John K. Franks

Kevin Franks 2

Judge Jeffrey W. Frazier

Jeffrey W. Frazier

        Judge Holly Hughes

Holly Hughes rev

  Judge Melynee Leftridge

Judge ML

Judge Alexandra Manning

Judge Manning pic

Judge Arnett Mumford, III

Arnett Mumford 2019

  Judge Rashida Oliver

Rashida Oliver

Judge Ashley Osby

Ashley Osby

 Judge Michael Penn

Michael Penn

Judge Debbie-Ann Rickman

Debbie-Ann Rickman

Judge Robbin Shipp

Robbin Shipp

Judge Vera Starks

Vera Starks

  Judge Reggie Williams

Judge Reggie Williams

Judge Robert Wolf

Bobby Wolf


Judge Richard Hicks

Richard Hicks

The Magistrate Courts of Georgia were established in 1983 when the current Constitution was ratified. The Constitution mandated that the Magistrate Courts replace the Justice Courts and a variety of small claims courts or limited jurisdiction courts that were known by a variety of different names. The current form of the Fulton County Magistrate Court was established by legislation in May 2013, following a recommendation of the Fulton County Court Improvement Task Force.

The Judges proudly serve the Fulton County Magistrate Court under the leadership of the Chief Magistrate Judge who is selected by Fulton County voters to four year terms in a nonpartisan, countywide race. Once sworn into office, the Chief Magistrate appoints the Court's judges with the approval of judges from Fulton County State Court and Fulton County Superior Court. Magistrates serve terms concurrent with that of the Chief Magistrate.