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  2. Magistrate Court | Bryan County

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    Carolyn D. Shervette Chief Magistrate Judge. PO Box 670 Pembroke, GA 31321 (912) 653-3860 (phone) (912) 653-5254 (fax) Magistrate Court jurisdiction includes: civil claims of $15,000 or less; certain minor criminal offenses; distress warrants and dispossessory writs; county ordinance violations; deposit account fraud (bad checks); preliminary hearings; and summonses, arrest and search warrants.

  3. Magistrate Court - Houston County

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    89 Cohen Walker Drive Warner Robins, GA 31088 Phone: (478) 987-4695 Fax: (478) 987-5249 Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Magistrate Court Searches. Magistrate Court Civil Case Search

  4. About the Court. The Magistrate Court conducts hearings and trials in criminal cases, civil actions, and ordinance violations for: Clermont; Flowery Branch; Hall County; Lake Lanier Islands; The Magistrate Court also hears applications for arrest and search warrants. The court hears more than 18,000 civil and criminal matters annually.

  5. Magistrate Court | Carroll County, GA - Official Website

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    Carroll County Board of Commissioners 323 Newnan Street Carrollton, GA 30117 Office: 770-830-5800 Fax: 770-830-5992 Email

  6. What is a Magistrate Court? (with pictures) - My Law Questions

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    In many places, magistrate court is the lowest level of the judicial system. Sometimes known as the people's court, it is where one can go to resolve a dispute in small claims court. It is often the court where someone who has been charged with a crime makes his initial court appearance. Traffic violations are also often heard in magistrate court.

  7. Magistrate Court | Douglas County, GA

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    The Douglas County Magistrate (Small Claims) Court handles claims under $15,000 and garnishment actions. A Magistrate Judge holds a hearing to decide each case. You may file a claim in Magistrate Court without an attorney. You may have an attorney represent you, at your own expense, if you choose. The Court does not appoint attorneys for civil ...

  8. Magistrate - Wikipedia

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    The position of stipendiary magistrate in New Zealand was renamed in 1980 to that of district court judge. The position was often known simply as magistrate, or the postnominal initials SM after a magistrate's name in newspapers' court reports. In the late 1990s, a position of community magistrate was created for District Courts on a trial ...

  9. Jobs – U.S. District Court - United States Courts

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    The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas is recruiting for a term law clerk to U.S. Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Chestney. The term law clerk assists the magistrate judge with the civil docket by preparing the judge for hearings, researching legal issues, and drafting initial drafts of orders and reports and recommendations.

  10. The mission of the Magistrate Court is to deliver justice to the citizens of Athens-Clarke County by ruling on disputed claims or approving mutual settlements in civil cases as well as serving as the court of entry into the criminal justice system. Jurisdiction for the Court is found in Georgia law at O.C.G.A. 15-10-2.

  11. Magistrate Court Click here to view ... Jobs. CivicSend Signup. Contact Us. Glynn County Offices Harold Pate Building 1725 Reynolds Street Brunswick, GA 31520 Phone ...