FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Brooks Leads the Georgia Association of Solicitors-General
(Jonesboro, GA- July 2022) — Clayton County Solicitor-General Charles A. Brooks was unanimously elected president of the Georgia Association of Solicitors-General for the 2022-23 term at a recent association meeting in Jekyll Island, Georgia.
The Association protects the interests of the public in the criminal justice system as it relates to the handling of misdemeanor cases and county ordinance violations and defines the proper role of prosecutors and the public in the prosecution of the aforesaid cases. It also provides a means of communication and cooperation between Solicitors-General and Solicitor’s Offices. The Association works closely with the Georgia General Assembly on legislative issues that affect public safety and criminal justice in the State of Georgia.
“I am honored to have been nominated and elected to serve as President of the entire state organization by my esteemed colleagues and I look forward to providing a positive platform of cooperation between the State’s Solicitor’s Offices, the Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council and the District Attorneys’ Association of Georgia,” said Brooks. “I look forward to continuing to work with my colleagues throughout our great state of Georgia on criminal justice issues that are important to our citizens and crime victims.” Brooks added.
The President acts as a spokesperson to the larger community regarding the Association and appoints full members to the standing committees.