Mass Swearing In Ceremony Held at Chatham County Courthouse


Tammie Mosley being sworn as Superior Court Clerk by Judge John Morse
Tammie Mosley being sworn as Superior Court Clerk by Judge John Morse

On Tuesday morning January 3, 2017 a Mass Swearing In Ceremony was held at the Chatham County Courthouse. The Honorable Michael L. Karpf, Chief Judge presided. Among those sworn in were Superior Court Judges, James Bass, Penny Freesemann and John Morse, Jr. Probate Court Judge Tom Bordeaux, District Attorney Meg Heap, Sheriff John Wilcher Tax Commission Danny Powers. Tammie Mosley was

Judge John Morse, Penny Freesmann and James Bass were sworn as Superior Court Judges by Judge Tom Bordeaux
Judge John Morse, Penny Freesmann and James Bass were sworn as Superior Court Judges by Judge Tom Bordeaux
sworn is as Superior Court Clerk.

Tammie Mosley a native of “Savannah received her Law Degree from Drake University and undergrad degree from Morris Brown College and continued onto an illustrious 22 year career as an attorney with 13 years working as a Superior Court Judge Staff Attorney. Tammie’s expertise of the Judicial Systems provides her Innovative and Energetic Vision to

District Attorney Meg Heap is sworn in by Judge Tom Bordeaux
District Attorney Meg Heap is sworn in by Judge Tom Bordeaux
how the Chatham County Judicial System can improve the case management processes, record retention and security, case records are readily available, and provide the best customer service to all. Furthermore, Tammie is excellent communicator and consensus builder that will enhance relationships at the State Level to ensure the interests of Chatham County and the Eastern Circuit are always taken into consideration.





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