Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office

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providing fair, effective and expeditious prosecution of crimes in the Macon Judicial Circuit

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Considering guidance from government and health officials, our office is postponing the Criminal Justice Resource Fair and Record Restriction Event previously scheduled for April 7.

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Latest News: Macon-Bibb School-Justice Partnership marks successful first year

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View the Macon-Bibb County School-Justice Partnership's 2018-2019 annual report

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  • School Justice
    Partnership

    The School-Justice Partnership Agreement aims to better equip students for success by addressing the root causes of delinquent behavior.

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  • Victim
    Services

    Our team of victim advocates is here to provide compassionate assistance to victims and witnesses of crime at every stage of the court process.

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  • Case
    Search

    Through this online portal, you can search Bibb County Superior Court records. Online access to Crawford and Peach county records is not yet available.

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About

The District Attorney

Our goal is to provide law enforcement services through the prosecution of crimes. Cases generally originate with an arrest by a law enforcement agency and then are reviewed by an assistant district attorney. Afterward, a case may be prepared for presentation to the grand jury for an indictment. Persons indicted, or otherwise charged, are then prosecuted through jury or bench trials if a case doesn’t resolve in a guilty plea.

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Tele-Court video conferencing coming to Macon Judicial Circuit courtrooms

Tele-Court video conferencing coming to Macon Judicial Circuit courtrooms

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District Attorney announces decision in Macon officer-involved shooting

District Attorney announces decision in Macon officer-involved shooting

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Criminal Justice Resource Fair and Record Restriction Event postponed

Criminal Justice Resource Fair and Record Restriction Event postponed

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Trials, Grand Jury suspended for Bibb, Crawford and Peach Superior Courts

Trials, Grand Jury suspended for Bibb, Crawford and Peach Superior Courts

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DA’s Office makes donation, offers matching funds for Family Counseling Center’s 2020 fundraising drive

DA’s Office makes donation, offers matching funds for Family Counseling Center’s 2020 fundraising drive

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District Attorney’s Office donates therapy workbooks to new misdemeanor domestic violence court

District Attorney’s Office donates therapy workbooks to new misdemeanor domestic violence court

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Man sentenced to prison in 2016 shooting, robbery of pizza delivery driver

Man sentenced to prison in 2016 shooting, robbery of pizza delivery driver

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Prosecutors seek injunctive relief against ‘nuisance’ motels due to criminal activity

Prosecutors seek injunctive relief against ‘nuisance’ motels due to criminal activity

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