Union City names Ronald Freeman as chief judge

Union City has appointed Ronald J. Freeman Sr. as its chief municipal court judge. The municipal court has jurisdiction over all traffic citations, ordinance violations, and misdemeanor offenses occurring within the incorporated limits of the city.

“We are excited to have Judge Freeman join us,” said Union City Mayor Vince Williams. “He is highly respected and his work and accomplishments speak to his ability to serve our community with wisdom and integrity. We know he will be an excellent addition to the team.”

Freeman also serves as chief judge in Riverdale, Forest Park and Morrow.

“It is a privilege to serve the citizens of Union City,” Freeman stated. “I look forward to undertaking this new role with integrity, respect, fairness, and the rule of law.”

Freeman graduated from Morehouse College with a B.A. in political science, and received his Juris Doctor from Georgia State University. Freeman is married to Gwen Freeman and has two children, Chelsea and Ronald Jr.

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