- To qualify as a superior court judge in Georgia, a candidate must be at least thirty years old, be a citizen of Georgia for at least three years, and have practiced law for at least seven years.
- The typical superior court judge starts their career as a prosecutor. As a prosecutor, they are responsible for winning cases.
- They are elected to six-year terms with no term limits.
- Extensive training is not required for family law.
- Even the best disciplined judges use their own personal experiences and social biases.
- Most judges have a large workload.
- Most judges try to find a solution to a problem.
- They have almost unlimited authority to decide cases.
- Judge will often asking attorneys to draw up final orders