Appalachian Judicial Circuit Superior Courts
The Judges of the Appalachian Judicial Circuit recommend that parties seek the advice of a lawyer who will be familiar not only with the law but will also be familiar with the procedures of the court. The information below may or may not be useful in understanding the different aspects of appearing in court including the paperwork and /or forms necessary to proceed in court.
In order to download some of the forms, you may need to first install Adobe Reader on your computer. To download Adobe Reader click here.Para descargar algunas de las formas, usted puede necesitar primero instalar a lector del adobe en su computadora. Para descargar a lector del adobeclick here.
All parties and attorneys should be familiar with the Standing Orders of the Appalachian Judicial Circuit prior to filing any action in the Courts of this circuit. For access to the Internal Operating Procedures, Click here.
For information and forms in SpanishClick here
Para la información y las formas en españolClick here
For information and forms in other languagesClick here
The Appalachian Judicial Circuit offers a Family Law Information Center to assist low income, self-represented, litigants in domestic cases. To see if you qualify for services, please call 706-299-1444. More information and forms are found at http://www.appflic.org
For information on representation in criminal cases, Click here
For information on Appalachian Judicial Circuit Public Defender, Click here
For information on Drug Courts and addictionClick here
For information on habeas corpus inmate forms, click here. Habeas Corpus Inmate Forms
For a demonstration court fee calculatorJudicial Branch of Georgia-Administrative Office of the Courts
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