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DeKalb County chief magistrate judge hosting free law education program to county residents

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DeKalb County chief magistrate judge hosting free law education program to county residents

Judge Berryl A. Anderson
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Judge Berryl A. Anderson

DeKalb County’s Chief Magistrate Judge Berryl A. Anderson will host a new community education program this fall called the “People’s Law School,” according to the city of Decatur.

The program, which is free and open to all incorporated and unincorporated DeKalb County residents, is designed to provide adults with a general overview of the court system in Georgia, with a special emphasis on DeKalb Magistrate Court. Additionally, the course will discuss civil, criminal, ordinance and mental health court matters.

Classes will take place on Monday evenings for four weeks, beginning Oct. 15 and lasting until Nov. 5. Classes will run from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. After completion of all class sessions, participants will “graduate” from the course – but note that the course is not for educational credit, and nothing presented or discussed should be considered legal advice, the city said.

For more information and to register, go here, or e-mail dekalbmagcourtpls@gmail.com. Registration will close on Friday, Sept. 14, and space is limited.

 

 

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