Gwinnett judge among three named to superior, state courts

By TIM EBERLY
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Published on: 12/07/07

Gov. Sonny Perdue announced Friday the appointment of a Norcross judge and two other jurists to positions on Superior or State court benches.

Gwinnett County Chief Magistrate Judge Warren P. Davis will move over to the county’s Superior Court.

Davis, a Republican, has practiced law in Georgia since 1979, according to the governor’s office. He has served as the chief magistrate in Gwinnett for 23 years.

Davis earned a law degree from Columbia Southern School of Law. He is married to Elizabeth C. Belden and has four children and three stepchildren.

The other two appointments were:

  • Attorney Edgar “Ed” W. Ennis, Jr., 62, of Macon to the Superior Court in the Macon Judicial Circuit.
  • Part-time Magistrate Judge Ethelyn N. Simpson, 50, of Athens to the State Court in Athens-Clarke County.
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