Gov. Brian Kemp has appointed Georgia Bureau of Investigation leader Vic Reynolds to the Cobb Judicial Circuit Superior Court. The GBI leader is filling one of two vacant seats after Judge LaTain Kell and Judge Mary Staley Clark retired this previous May.
Reynolds was appointed Director of the GBI on Feb. 18, 2019, where he led the agency of over 950 employees. During his time in the position, he focused heavily on addressing gang activity across the state.
Reynolds is a former police officer who also previously served as Cobb Country District Attorney (elected twice) and magistrate judge of Cobb.