Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia

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The District Attorney is the chief prosecuting officer for the State of Georgia within each of the State's 49 judicial circuits, which consist of one to eight counties.

Each District Attorney is an elected constitutional officer, who is part of the judicial branch of Georgia state government. The District Attorney represents the State of Georgia in the trial and appeal of criminal cases in the Superior Court and delinquency cases in the juvenile courts. Each District Attorney has a full-time staff of assistant district attorneys, investigators, victim assistance and administrative personnel who assist the District Attorney in carrying out the duties of the office.

In 61 of the 159 Counties in Georgia, misdemeanor cases are prosecuted by the Solicitor-General. The Solicitor-General who is an elected county officer who represents the state of Georgia in trial and appeal of misdemeanor criminal cases in State Court.