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Judge sworn in at Capitol

Pike County’s own Mack Crawford is one of two new superior court judges who were sworn in at the state capitol by Gov. Sonny Perdue Monday afternoon. Crawford is the first superior court judge from Pike County. He will be based in the Upson County courthouse and will be assigned to former judge Paschal English’s cases. ’The challenges will be trying to balance the matters at hand, listening closely and trying to do what’s right,’ he said. ‘I believe in trying to be redemptive and trying to find the best solution for everyone involved in each situation.’ Fayette County’s state court judge Fletcher Sams was also sworn in Monday. He will be based in the Fayette courthouse. Sams will be assigned to resigned judge Johnnie Caldwell’s cases. His state court judgeship will be filled by former district attorney Carla Wong McMillian.

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