You can count on me to be accessible,
approachable, and honorable.
I would like to thank everyone who voted in Tuesday’s election; your participation is vital to our democratic process. I would also like to thank all the people who supported my campaign for re-election—donors, volunteers, well-wishers, and others. It’s very humbling to know so many of you worked hard, and it is greatly appreciated.
Gwinnett County is a wonderful place to live, and our community continues to grow. Our judicial system will need to accommodate this, and I will work hard for all citizens of Gwinnett County to keep our community safe, to help families, and to fairly administer our laws.
Again thank you. It’s time to go to work.
Meet Judge Duncan
As your Superior Court Judge since 2020, I am building on a lifetime of service to our county and community to ensure an equitable, fair, and just system of laws here in Gwinnett County. My name is Angela Duncan, and I am asking for your vote on May 24, 2022. As a lifelong criminal defense, personal injury, and family law attorney with an extensive service to Gwinnett’s municipal and county court system, I am uniquely qualified to sit on the wide variety of felony criminal and family law cases that are heard in our Superior Courts. As a wife, mom, veteran, and community advocate, I have the passion, drive, and wisdom to issue fair and even-handed decisions.
What is the Gwinnett Superior Court?
In Gwinnett County, we have several different courts set-up to hear different levels of cases. As your Superior Court Judge, it is my constitutional role to serve on felony criminal cases, as well as cases surrounding divorce, adoptions, prohibitions, land, equity, and more. As a Superior Court Judge, I also have the privilege to sit on our Accountability Courts like Drug Court, which works to set up a four-phase intervention program for those convicted of non-violent drug offenses, or Parental Accountability Court, which works to address underlying issues of not paying child support and break barriers around education, training, employment, or substance abuse.
I am a huge believer of the role of these types of courtrooms that find alternatives to incarceration, and it is my honor to serve on two of them as your Superior Court Judge.