Division A

DeKalb County, Georgia Judicial Operations

Welcome to the DeKalb County Courthouse and our partner facilities. New judicial and executive orders are in effect through June 7, 2021 during the current public health pandemic. Your health and safety are our top priorities. To reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus while serving your needs, several new safety measures and business protocols have been established. For information related to your specific judicial system needs, please visit the respective department or office website listed below prior to your visit.

Division A Announcement

House Bill 77 Legislation passed in July 2021 and made effective January 1, 2022.  The new law, provides that the current Jury Division be renamed DIVISION A. The name Jury Division will not be used on and forward of January 1, 2022 and shall be referred to as DIVISION A of DeKalb County State Court.  Please click the following link to access House Bill 77 Legislation.  https://gov.georgia.gov/document/2021-signed-legislation/hb-777/download

Public Entry Protocols

  • If you are ill or have been exposed to someone with a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, we ask that you remain home until otherwise directed by a health professional.
  • All persons entering the courthouse and partner facilities will be required to submit to medical screening protocols, including temperature checks, per judicial and executive orders.
  • Visitors who clear the new on-site screening process and are granted access are required to always wear a mask or face covering and to follow social distancing guidelines.
  • Limit the number of people in your party. Do not bring children to the courthouse unless their presence is required for your business transaction.
  • Budget extra time to accommodate new safety procedures and protocols.
  • Hours of operations vary for many departments and offices. Appointments may now be required for certain services or information. Contact the office or department before visiting. See the links below.


Enhanced Safety Measures

To keep you safe within our facilities, we have

  • increased the frequency of cleaning for high-touch surfaces and common areas
  • installed hand sanitizing stations throughout our buildings and floors for your use
  • installed plexiglass dividers to safeguard guests and employees
  • reduced seating options in high-density areas


Please pay attention to new overhead, wall and floor signage and space markers. They can help you maintain proper social distancing guidelines.

Judicial & Executive Orders

  • View the Judicial Order from DeKalb County Superior Court Chief Judge Asha Jackson –  click here.
  • View the Judicial Order from Supreme Court of Georgia Chief Justice Harold D. Melton –  click here.

Agency, Department & Office Website Links:


 Division A