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Bryan County, GA Court System Information

Bryan County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 30,233. The county seat is Pembroke. Bryan County is part of the Savannah, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Court District

Bryan County is located within the Atlantic Judicial Circuit of the Superior Court First District.

Bryan County, GA Court Overview

The following courts are located in Bryan County, Georgia. This list is not meant to be comprehensive and only lists courts with pages on Ballotpedia.

  1. 1st Superior Court District of Georgia
  2. Bryan County State Court, Georgia
  3. Bryan County Probate Court, Georgia
  4. Bryan County Juvenile Court, Georgia
  5. Bryan County Magistrate Court, Georgia

Visitation Information

Office Hours:
8 AM – 5 PM, Monday – Friday

Physical Address:
Bryan County State Court
P. O. Box 787
Pembroke, GA 31321
Phone: 912-653-4500

1st Superior Court District of Georgia

1st Superior Court District of Georgia Judges

Robert L. Russell III, Chief Judge
Post Office Box 581
Darien, Georgia 31305
(912) 437-3033 (office)
(912) 437-3034 (fax)

Glen A. Cheney
Post Office Box 217
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
(912) 557-8686 ext 294 (office)
(912) 557-6094 (fax)

Charles P Rose Jr
Liberty County Justice Center
201 Main Street Suite 3104
Hinesville, Georgia 31313
(912) 877-4770 (office)
(912) 877-2015 (fax)

D Jay Stewart
Post Office Box 842
Claxton, Georgia 30417
(912) 739-4922 (office)
(912 739-4950 (fax)

Bryan County State Court, Georgia

Bryan County State Court Judges

Ray C. Smith, State Court Judge
Bryan County State Court
P. O. Box 787
Pembroke, GA 31321
Phone: 912-653-4500

Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court

Rebecca G. Crowe, Clerk of Superior Court
Email: Becky.Crowe@bryan.gsccca.org

Physical Address:
51 North Courthouse Street
Pembroke, GA 31321
Phone: 912 653-5252

66 Captain Matthew Freeman Drive
Richmond Hill, GA 31324
Phone: 912 756-3177

Services and Responsibilities:

The Clerk of Court is an elected position serving the Superior, State, and Magistrate Courts in Bryan County. The Clerk and Deputy Clerks are custodians over the land and property records of the county and the civil and criminal files and records in the courts served. The Clerk further serves as the Jury Clerk for Superior and State court. Notary commissions and passports are also processed by the Clerk of Superior Court.

Bryan County Atlantic Judicial Court Judges

Atlantic Judicial Court Judges:

  • Glen Cheney
  • Charles Rose Jr.
  • Robert L. Russell, III
  • Jay Stewart

Bryan County Probate Court

Probate Judge

Billy D. Reynolds, Sr. Probate Judge
Bryan County Probate Court
66 Captain Matthew Freeman Dr.
Suite 248
Richmond Hill, GA 31324
Phone: 912-756-8559
Fax: 912-756-7966

Mailing Address
Bryan County Probate Court
P. O. Box 418
Pembroke, GA 31321

Services and Responsibilities:

The Bryan County Probate Court has jurisdiction over the following Probate matters:

  1. The probate of wills and the administration of estates of deceased persons;
  2. The appointment of guardians of the person and property of incapacitated adults;
  3. The appointment of guardians of the property of minors;
  4. The appointment of temporary guardians of the person of minors;
  5. The commitment for involuntary treatment of persons addicted to drugs or alcohol and/or suffering from mental illness; and
  6. The issuance of Georgia weapons carry license for Bryan county resident(s)
  7. The issuance of marriage license, birth certificates, death certificates, and marriage certificates.

Bryan County, GA County Clerk of Court

Donna Waters, County Clerk
51 North Courthouse Street
Pembroke, GA 31321
Email: dwaters@bryan-county.org
Phone: 912-653-3837
Fax: 912-653-4691

Services and Responsibilities:

The Bryan County Clerk is appointed and reports to the Board of Commissioners. The Clerk serves as the custodian of all records approved by the Board of Commissioners, including meeting minutes, resolutions, ordinances, and contracts, provides research of Commission records, assists the County Administrator with the preparation and distribution of the agenda and commission workbooks, and assists the Board with administrative functions.

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