Alpharetta reappoints Judge Zimmerman as Municipal Court Judge

Alpharetta’s Municipal Court can be found in the Milton Public Safety Complex, 13690 Highway 9, behind fire station 44. (Google Maps)

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Alpharetta’s Municipal Court can be found in the Milton Public Safety Complex, 13690 Highway 9, behind fire station 44. (Google Maps)

The Alpharetta City Council recently reappointed Judge Barry Zimmerman to serve as the city’s Municipal Court Judge. Judge Zimmerman will serve another four-year term beginning Jan. 3, 2022.

In 2013, Alpharetta appointed Barry Zimmerman to serve as Judge of the Municipal Court beginning Jan. 2014 and has served continually ever since.

Alpharetta’s Municipal Court hears and adjudicates cases involving possible violations of city ordinances and some state laws. According to the city’s website, “the Municipal Judge maintains law and order in the city to resolve disputes and to comply with the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution and laws of the State of Georgia, and the Charter and Code of Ordinances of the City of Alpharetta.”

Alpharetta’s court can be found in the Milton Public Safety Complex, 13690 Highway 9, behind Fire Station 44.