After 22 years on the bench in the state’s Griffin Judicial Circuit, Chief Superior Court Judge Christopher Edwards said he intends to return to private practice before his current term ends in 2022.

Edwards, 65, has been the circuit’s chief judge for the past decade. He said he has neither submitted a formal letter of resignation to Gov. Brian Kemp nor set a firm departure date.

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