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Yes, Judge Adams accepts Motions for Judgment on the Pleadings.
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Yes, Judge Adams accepts Waivers of Arraignment.
All Motions should be submitted to the Clerk of Superior Courts Office via E-File, mail, or hand delivery. A Proposed Order should accompany said Motion.
Yes, anyone may view the court proceeding via Webex or in person. If you need a meeting number to log in you will need to contact the Court's Judicial Assistant K. Schell at 770-920-7265.
If you choose to appear in person you must comply with the Court's Covid-19 protocol as listed in the instructions for videoconference hearings.