Welcome to the Judicial Qualifications Commission of Georgia
The Judicial Qualifications Commission was created by Constitutional Amendment in 1972, then reconstituted by Constitutional Amendment in 2016, to conduct investigations and hearings with respect to complaints of ethical misconduct by Georgia judges. The Commission is also authorized to issue Advisory Opinions regarding judicial misconduct.
The Commission publishes its annual report for the previous year in the first quarter of each calendar year. The annual report gives an overview of what the Commission did in the previous calendar year. The annual report includes major actions the Commission took, a statistical breakdown of the number and types of complaints that came in, how those complaints were handled, among other information.
The Recent Actions section contains public filings in JQC matters, including Formal Charges, Reports of Disposition Pursuant to JQC Rule 11 (A), and various other Orders of the JQC Hearing Panel and the Supreme Court of Georgia. For further information and additional filings relevant to these cases and other JQC matters, please visit the Supreme Court of Georgia’s website at www.gasupreme.us.