Judge Fuller

Accountability Courts

Judge C. Andrew Fuller is the presiding judge over the Re-entry Accountability Court Transition (REACT) program.

  1. Judge C. Andrew Fuller is a native of Hall County. He is married to Gay and has 2 daughters, Carolyn and Michelle. He and his family attend the First United Methodist Church of Gainesville. After receiving a bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia, he received his Juris Doctor in June 1980 from Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University in Macon, Georgia.

    Judge Fuller has been a Superior Court Judge for the Northeastern Judicial Circuit since July 1993. From January 1987 - July 1993 he served as the District Attorney for the Northeastern Judicial Circuit, then serving Hall, Dawson, White and Lumpkin Counties. From January 1982 - December 1986 he was in private practice in Gainesville, Georgia.

    Judge Fuller is a member of the Council of Superior Court Judges' Association where he serves on the Council's Legislation Committee, Budget Committee and the Compensation and Retirement Committee. He is a member of Gainesville Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce for Hall and Dawson Counties, and is a member of the Northeastern Judicial Circuit Bar Association. Judge Fuller formerly served on the Advisory Board of the Georgia Indigent Defense Council and as Administrative Judge for the 9th Judicial District.