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Gov. Brian Kemp appoints new judges to DeKalb courts

Gov. Brian Kemp has filled two vacancies in DeKalb County courts, appointing two attorneys to join the judicial ranks.

Kimberly Anderson joined the firm Robbins Ross Alloy Belinfante Littlefield in 2010 after serving as legislative counsel for the U.S. Senate’s Judiciary Committee and Sen Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama. She is also on the executive board of the Federal Society’s Atlanta Chapter.

Kemp selected the Dunwoody resident to serve on the DeKalb County State Court in the Jury Division.

Take a seat on the bench in the DeKalb State Court’s Traffic Division is Kimberly Alexander.

Alexander, who lives in Decatur, currently works as an assistant Fulton County attorney.

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