ETOWAH COUNTY COURTHOUSE DIRECTORY

Judge David A. Kimberley, Presiding Circuit Judge

Phone: 256-549-5372

Address: 801 Forrest Ave., Ste. 300, Gadsden, 35901

David Alan Kimberley is a judge of Circuit 16 in Etowah County, Alabama. He is currently the presiding Circuit Judge of Etowah County. His current term expires in 2018. Judge Kimberley received his law degree from the University of Alabama. Judge Kimberley was admitted to the practice of law on September 27, 1985. Judge Kimberley was re-elected after running unopposed in 2012. Judge Kimberley is a member of the Democratic Party.

Judge William H. Rhea, III, Circuit Judge

Phone: 256-549-5316

Address: 801 Forrest Ave., Ste. 305
Gadsden, 35901

William H. Rhea, III is a judge of Circuit 16 in Alabama. His current term expires in 2018. Judge Rhea earned his B.S. and LL.B. from the University of Alabama. Judge Rhea was admitted to the Alabama Bar in 1975. Rhea was re-elected after running unopposed in 2012. Judge Rhea is a member of the Democratic Party.

Judge William B. Ogletree, Circuit Judge

Phone: 256-549-5368

Address: 801 Forrest Ave, Gadsden, AL 35901

Billy Ogletree is a judge on the 16th Circuit Court. He was appointed by Governor Bob Riley in August 2010. His current term expires in 2018. Judge Ogletree received his J.D. from the University of Alabama in 1987. Prior to joining the court, Ogletree served as a Deputy District Attorney in the 16th Judicial Circuit. Before serving in this capacity he was an attorney in private practice. Judge Ogletree defeated Stewart Burns in the general election on November 6, winning 57.06 percent of the vote. Judge Ogletree is a member of the Republican Party.

Judge George C. Day, Jr., Circuit Judge

Phone: 256-549-5364

Address: 801 Forrest Ave #303, Gadsden, AL 35901

Governor Kay Ivey appointed Judge George C. Day Jr. as Circuit Judge on Alabama’s Sixteenth Judicial Circuit in Etowah County beginning August 1, 2018. Judge Day is filling the seat of retiring Circuit Judge Allen Millican. Judge Day is a member of the Republican Party. 

Day is a native of Gadsden. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Jacksonville State University with honors in 1978 and a Juris Doctorate degree in 1981 from the University of Alabama School of Law. Judge Day has practiced law since 1981, when he began as an associate with George Hawkins. He founded his own law firm in 1996 and has served the people of Etowah County and surrounding areas since that time. Judge Day is a member of the Republican Party.

 

Judge Willis H. Clay, Presiding District Judge

Phone: 256-549-5321

Address: 801 Forrest Ave #201, Gadsden, AL 35901

Judge Will Clay is a District Court judge in Etowah County, Alabama. He was appointed by Governor Robert Bentley in June 2011 to succeed Charles Owen. His term expires in 2018.

Judge Clay received his undergraduate degree from Auburn University and his J.D. from the Birmingham School of Law. Clay has spent years in private practice. In 2006, he was appointed by Governor Bob Riley to the Circuit Court, but was not elected by voters that year. Two years before, he was elected to the Etowah County Commission. Judge Clay defeated Justin Hayes in the general election on November 6, winning 58.26% of the vote. Judge Clay is a member of the Republican Party.

 

Judge Joe F. Nabors, District Judge

Phone: 256-549-5319
Address: 801 Forrest Ave, Gadsden, AL 35901

Joe Nabors is a Republican and judge for the partisan Etowah County District Court in Alabama. He was appointed to the court by Gov. Robert Bentley (R) in December 2014 to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge William Russell (D). Nabors assumed office on January 1, 2015. He won election to a full term on the court in the general election on November 8, 2016.

Before his appointment to the Etowah County District Court, Nabors worked as an attorney in private practice and served as the chairman of the county’s Republican Executive Committee and as the executive director of the Calhoun-Cleburne Children’s Advocacy Center. He also previously served as an agent for the Alabama Bureau of Investigations and as a city prosecutor for Gadsden.  Alabama held general elections for local judicial offices in 2016. A primary election took place on March 1, 2016, with a primary runoff on April 12, 2016. The general election was held on November 8, 2016.

Incumbent Joe Nabors ran unopposed in the general election for the Etowah County District Court.

Juvenile Referee Kathleen M. Warren, Referee

Phone: 256-549-5457

Address: 801 Forrest Ave, Gadsden, AL 35901

Child Support Court is held every Tuesday before Kathleen Warren, Juvenile Referee. Review dockets and DNA dockets are held once a month.

Once a case is filed by DHR it is given a case number, assigned a court date and issued for service on the defendant. The defendant must be served the paperwork before the case can proceed. If you are being represented by the Department of Human Resources, you will need to stay in contact with your case worker regarding your case. If you are represented by a private attorney, you will need to stay in contact with him/her regarding your case.

Judge Bobby Junkins, Etowah County Probate Judge

Address: 800 Forrest Avenue, Gadsden, AL 35901
Phone: (256) 549-5334

Judge Bobby Junkins is the probate judge of Etowah County Probate Court in Alabama. He first joined the court in 1988. 

Judge Junkins earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Jacksonville State University. He also had attended Gadsden State Jr. College for two years, and did some advanced graduate work at the University of Alabama. Judge Junkins is a member of the Democratic Party. Prior to being elected to the Etowah County Probate Court in 1988, Junkins had worked as the director for the Gadsden Public Library and served two terms in District 30 of the Alabama Legislature.

 

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