Conasauga Judicial Circuit
In Georgia, the Superior Court is the general jurisdiction trial court which has exclusive, constitutional authority to preside over felony criminal cases and cases regarding title to land, divorce, equity, declaratory judgments, habeas corpus, mandamus, quo warrants, prohibition and adoptions. The Court also exercises appellate jurisdiction from judgments of the probate and magistrate courts and provides general supervision of the juvenile court
The Conasauga Judicial Circuit is comprised of two counties: Murray (County Seat: Chatsworth) and Whitfield (County Seat: Dalton). These counties are located in Northwest Georgia and have a combined population of over 100,000. Four judges preside in the circuit and each is elected to a four year term. They preside over jury trials, rule on evidence, hear motions and render verdicts in bench trials in each county. The Court also provides a variety of programs which are managed by the Court Administrator.
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