September 2018

Judge Bryant Culpepper's beacon still shines almost two decades after one of his most moving cases.

Judge Bryant CulpepperIn 1999, Macon Circuit Superior Court Judge Bryant Culpepper was advocating among his friends and former colleagues in the Georgia General Assembly for state funding to properly fund and improve the position of juvenile court judge across the state.   At that time, Judge Culpepper was serving as Chair of the Georgia Supreme Court’s Child Placemen

The results are in for Parental Accountability Courts in Georgia

Chart from PAC evaluation reportThese are exciting times for Georgia’s Parental Accountability Courts (PAC).  The Department of Human Services (DHS), Division of Child Support Services (DCSS), joined the ranks of Georgia’s accountability courts in 2009, with the support of the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).  These are civ

Parents in recovery provide well-being to their children

Ashley,  Chris and their son ChristianWho doesn’t want to become a better version of themselves?  Ashley Moffatt decided she wanted a better life for hersel

September 2018

Monthly EditionHello again from the Courts Journal as we bring you news relevant to the Judicial Council of Georgia.  Writing this newsletter monthly was supposed to make this newsletter short and sweet but so much has happened in the last 30 days that this newsletter seems about the same length as a quarterly.

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