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Cobb State Court Judge Toby Prodgers. Photo by Zach Porter/Daily Report. Cobb County State Court Judge Toby Prodgers. (Photo: Zach Porter/ALM)

Longtime Cobb County State Court Judge Toby Prodgers has told friends and colleagues he plans to retire when his current term expires at the end of next year. By then, the U.S. Army Vietnam veteran will have served on the court for 25 years, including a term as chief judge, following 20 years in private practice.

Katheryn Tucker

Katheryn Hayes Tucker is an Atlanta-based reporter covering legal news for the Daily Report and other ALM publications.

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