Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Fulton County Juvenile Court Associate Judge Bradley Boyd to be Sworn in as Presiding Judge

Fulton County Juvenile Court Associate Judge Bradley Boyd will be sworn-in as the Presiding Judge at 2 p.m. on Friday, December 4, 2009, in Assembly Hall at the Fulton County Government Center located at 141 Pryor Street in Atlanta.

Superior Court Chief Judge Doris L. Downs will administer the oath of office to Boyd.

Boyd has served as an Associate Judge for Fulton County Juvenile Court since 2006. He is a native of Holmes County in Ohio. Boyd graduated from Goshen College in Goshen, IN., attended Indiana State University’s graduate school and graduated from the Woodrow Wilson College of Law.

Boyd’s experience with juvenile court issues is extensive. His work history includes service as Director of the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Project. Boyd also performed in numerous past roles for the Fulton County Juvenile Court, including probation officer, intake attorney, referee, child advocate, Chief Probation Officer and Director of Management Planning.

In 1993, he joined the office of the Fulton County District Attorney as Senior Assistant District Attorney in Juvenile Court. Before becoming an Associate Judge, Boyd served as Deputy Director for the Juvenile Court Division of the office of the Fulton County Conflict Defender.

Boyd replaces Presiding Judge Sanford Jones who died in a May 15, 2009, plane crash.


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