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Gwinnett can count on Judge Warren Davis to keep our communities safe, embrace diversity and inclusion, lean on his dedication and experience, and keep our court system at the forefront of innovation.

ABOUT WARREN

Judge Warren Davis has been serving the citizens of Gwinnett County since 1984. Beginning as a Magistrate Judge, Warren rose the ranks, becoming Chief Magistrate Judge before being appointed to Superior Court in 2008. Graduating from the University of Nevada’s National Judicial College with a Master’s Degree in Judicial Studies, Judge Davis has both the experience and training needed to continue serving on our Superior Court Bench. 

Warren is committed to making Gwinnett County a safer community for everyone. He firmly believes that our county thrives when we embrace justice, and there is no justice for all unless all are fairly treated and heard. In order to keep Gwinnett safe and thriving, he has prioritized continuing educating himself and other attorneys, embracing the vast diversity we have here in Gwinnett, and ensuring that our court system is always at the forefront of innovation. His dedication to these pillars throughout his tenure has ensured that our Superior Court Bench is accessible to all and that everyone, both in and out of the courtroom, has the opportunity for a better future.

Warren is deeply passionate about bettering his home – Gwinnett County – both on and off the bench. When Warren isn’t on the bench, he is either teaching courses to new and aspiring attorneys and judges, taking courses to continue his own education, volunteering within our community, or going on adventures with his children and grandchildren. 

PLATFORM

I am dedicated to community safety. Public safety includes reducing recidivism. We need programs that work, not those that sound good. Every Friday afternoon, I work in Accountability Court. Our target population is “high risk - high need.” We heal lives ravaged by addiction. Previously addicted mothers can give birth to “drug free” babies. We are currently at 46 “drug free” babies. 

Keeping our Communities Safe

Gwinnett is diverse. To properly serve our diverse community, my court embraces that diversity. I understand that to be marginalized is not to be equally heard or equally valued. There is no justice for all unless all are fairly treated. It is an excellent day in the courtroom when all feel they were heard. It just feels right. It is justice. 

Diversity and Inclusion

I became a judge in 1984 and I still love this work. It requires constant learning. It includes sharing and teaching. I have written 20 courses for lawyers and judges. We all win when we collaborate and learn from each other, myself included. My staff has over 50 combined years of experience. 

Dedication and Experience

We seek ways to innovate. I use technology to permit lawyers and parties to appear remotely in appropriate cases. That saves them time and money. It especially helps our low income earners to avoid missing an entire day’s work to attend a short hearing. 

Innovation

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