Chief magistrate judge named
by Brittini Ray
04:00 AM, Tuesday, March 03
MARIETTA — Cobb Superior Court judges Monday named Joyette Holmes, a Cobb assistant district attorney, as chief magistrate judge. Holmes is both the first woman and first African American to hold the position, court officials say. Cobb Southern Ch...

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