Callie Weir is a Research Analyst with the AOC’s Office of Research and Data Analysis.

Callie Weir is a lively, friendly, and passionate data wonk. She loves working with numbers because “they explain what people do” – and that’s fascinating to Callie.

Callie is a native Georgian. She grew up in LaGrange, Georgia. “It was an idyllic, close-knit community,” Callie reminisces. She is still friends with folks in her hometown that she met in nursery school.

Expungement Clinic Held in Albany, GA

On April 13, 2019, the Access to Justice (A2J) Committee of the Judicial Council of Georgia partnered with the State Bar Access to Justice Committee and the Georgia Justice Project to host an expungement clinic in Albany Georgia at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.   287 people were assisted in some way with their criminal records. 

A short video clip of A2J Chair Justice Benham addressing the lawyers who volunteered to work the Saturday clinic:

Misdemeanor Bail Practices Bench Card Available

The Judicial Council of Georgia’s Ad Hoc Committee on Criminal Justice Reform, chaired by Justice Michael Boggs, has developed a Misdemeanor Bail Practices Bench Card to provide an important resource to Georgia judges.

Judicial Spotlight: Judge Stephen S. Goss

(Aimee Maxwell): Please tell us a little about your background.  Where did you grow up?  What’s your educational background?


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