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Cherokee County Superior Court
Frank C. Mills III Justice Center
90 North Street, Suite G-170
Phone: 678-493-6501 (Civil)
Phone: 678-493-6505 (Criminal)
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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Cherokee County Superior Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Cherokee County, Georgia, and resources applicable to all courts in Georgia.
Searching Case Records
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
Published opinions and orders
Cherokee County Standing Orders
View the standing orders of Cherokee County Superior, State, and Juvenile Courts related to domestic relations, case assignment, and judge recusal.
Forms and related information
Superior Court Forms and Files
View and download forms for use in Superior Court, including civil and domestic relations filing and disposition forms, family violence and protective order forms and attachments, notary certificates and forms, and UCC checklists and forms.
Self-Help Domestic Relations Forms
View the I-Can online legal application to assist with filling out and filing domestic relations and family law forms. Registration is required; there is no fee.
Self help, legal research, general information
Cherokee County Superior Court Victim-Witness Help
The Cherokee County District Attorney's Office offers information about its Victim Witness Assistance Program, with links to shelters, hotlines, a Victim Services Brochure, and downloadable victims' compensation and victim impact statement forms.
Ninth Judicial District Superior Court Settlement Conference
View information about the Judicially Hosted Settlement Conference program, which can help parties negotiate a settlement and expedite their case in Superior Court in Cherokee, Dawson, Fannin, Forsyth, Gilmer, Gwinnett, Habersham, Hall, Lumpkin, Pickens, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union, and White Counties. Links to the program brochure and referral and order forms are provided.
Ninth Judicial District Mediation
View information about the mediation program in Superior Courts in Cherokee, Dawson, Fannin, Forsyth, Gilmer, Gwinnett, Habersham, Hall, Lumpkin, Pickens, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union, and White Counties, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to trial.
Henry County Family Law Workshop
View information about the Henry County Family Law Workshop, which is open to residents of any county and provides assistance to parties representing themselves in family law cases. A link to the online reservation system is provided.
Griffin Judicial Circuit Family Law Workshop
View information about the Griffin Judicial Circuit Family Law Workshop, which is open to residents of any county and provides assistance to parties representing themselves in family law cases. Online registration and a link to relevant forms are provided.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
View information about Alternative Dispute Resolution, which includes mediation, arbitration, and neutral evaluation, and can help parties resolve disputes without going to court. Links include answers to frequently asked questions, a list of local programs searchable by county or name, and a roster of registered neutrals searchable by county, registration category or ID, area of expertise, and name.
Foreclosure Prevention Resources
View resources for preventing foreclosure in Georgia, including a list of steps to take, local housing counseling agencies, state and national programs, scam avoidance, workshops, publications, and a link to legal aid providers.
Georgia Accountability Courts
Georgia Drug Courts, DUI Courts, Juvenile Drug Courts, Family Dependency Treatment Courts, Mental Health Courts, and Veterans Courts can set up treatment programs in lieu of incarceration for some offenders. Links to a directory of all Georgia Accountability Courts and a list of links to some individual Accountability Court websites are in the left column.
View the Uniform Rules for Superior, State, Juvenile, Magistrate, Probate, and Municipal Courts.
Child Support Services
The Georgia Division of Child Support Services offers child support services, application forms, and instructions; online customer service; answers to frequently asked questions; and information about paternity, child support, case status, payment, enforcement, non-custodial parents, and interstate cases.
Child Support Calculator and Income Deduction
The Georgia Child Support Commission offers a child support calculator, income deduction and withholding forms and instructions, answers to frequently asked questions, and tutorial videos.
The Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council provides information about crime victim compensation, including eligibility, maximum amounts available by category, and answers to frequently asked questions. Links to additional victim resources and relevant forms are included.
Legal Information and Legal Assistance
Legal information topics include Children's Law, Civil Rights, Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Disability Law, Disaster Relief, Domestic Violence, Employment, Family Law, Housing, Immigration, Military, Personal Injury, Public Benefits, Wills and Life Planning, and the court system in general.
Information for Consumers
The Georgia Department of Law Consumer Protection Unit offers information about various consumer topics, consumer education, tips about scams, and instructions and forms for filing a consumer complaint.
DUI and Defensive Driving Schools
The Georgia Department of Driver Services provides information about its DUI Risk Reduction Program, which is required before restoration of driving privileges; and its Defensive Driving Program, which can result in dismissed charges or reduced points and insurance premiums for some offenders. Links to approved schools are included.
Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
View and download forms and manuals from the Georgia Department of Driver Services, including a Driver's Manual, Commercial Driver's Manual, Motorcycle Driver's Manual and other traffic and motor vehicle information.
Search the Official Code of Georgia by keyword, or browse by table of contents.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Cherokee County Indigent Defense
View contact information, requirements, and a list of court-appointed attorneys for Cherokee County Indigent Defense, which arranges for the appointment of counsel for low-income defendants facing possible incarceration, and for some juvenile matters.
Public Defender Services
The Georgia Public Defender Standards Council lists contact information by county for Circuit Public Defenders, Capital Defenders and Mental Health Advocates. Application forms, information about the procedure for determining indigency, and information about mental health matters is included.
Find Free Legal Assistance
Find organizations offering free legal services and other types of assistance by county and organization name.
The Governor's Office of Consumer Protection offers information about its investigation, civil lawsuit, and criminal charge processes; instructions for filing a complaint; downloadable and online consumer complaint forms; tips and information about various scams; and links to additional consumer resources.
Georgia Legal Services
View information about the Georgia Legal Serivces Program, which provides free civil legal help for low-income residents.
How to Find a Lawyer
The State Bar of Georgia offers a "How to Choose a Lawyer" pamphlet and links to local bar associations and legal services providers.
Lawyer Fee Arbitration
The State Bar of Georgia offers an arbitration program to help resolve disputes over lawyers's fees. Links to program rules and answers to frequently asked questions are included.
Military Legal Help
The State Bar of Georgia Military Legal Assistance Program provides free or low-cost civil legal services to service members and veterans. An application form is included.
Assistance with Complaints about Lawyers
The State Bar of Georgia offers a Consumer Assistance Program for people with complaints or concerns about attorneys, including information and dispute resolution services.