Christopher McFadden's abilities, history and credentials make it an easy choice. Based on the criteria Thomas Wheatley laid out, "...but should you contest a decision rendered against you in court, you'd want the most qualified jurist hearing your case. It's another example of why electing judges is so problematic: They become popularity contests not necessarily based on which person will apply the law most fairly."
Chris has more appellate experience than the sum of all the other six candidates combined. The book he coauthored is the preeminent resource used for all of Georgia Appellate law--including his opponents. He is honest and meticulous in his approach both to law and life, active in the community and committed to making the right choice at the right time based on the letter of the law, and the spirit in which it was enacted.
When you get to that slot on the ballot, I urge you to select Christopher McFadden.
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