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Fulton County District Attorney Paul L. Howard, Jr. Currently serving his sixth term as Fulton County District Attorney, Paul L. Howard, Jr. is a visionary and trailblazer whose innovative ideas have left an indelible mark on the local justice system and the community at large.What are the functions of the magistrate court?
The principal function of the magistrate is to provide an independent, unbiased review of complaints brought to the office by police officers, sheriffs, deputies, and citizens. Magistrates are not police officers nor are they in any way connected with law enforcement.What does Magistrate Court handle?
Magistrates handle minor, generally criminal cases, such as traffic violations, public health nuisances, petty theft and even minor assaults. They are mostly found in England and Wales, although some large municipalities in the United States also have magistrates courts.What is a county magistrate?
A county magistrate is a judicial official who oversees minor legal matters in a regional court. Magistrates preside over a court to hear small claims cases and some criminal matters, and can also issue warrants on request from law enforcement.