Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds will be the featured speaker at the Cobb Alcohol Taskforce March 17 general membership meeting.
Reynolds will speak to the role that the judicial community plays in educating and enforcing laws pertaining to underage drinking. He will also speak about substance abuse trends in Cobb County among all age groups.
A native of Rome, Georgia, Reynolds earned his law degree from Georgia State University in 1986. After working as an assistant district attorney in Fulton and Cobb Counties, he was appointed and then elected as Chief Magistrate in Cobb. As Chief Magistrate, his duties included presiding over the Cobb County Drug Court.
In July 2012, Reynolds was elected by voters as the Republican nominee for District Attorney of the Cobb Judicial Circuit, and he won the office without opposition in the November 6, 2012 general election. The public is welcome to attend this meeting at the Cobb County Switzer Library which begins at 11:30am on March 17. Lunch will be served.
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