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Judge Amy Totenberg (Courtesy photo) Judge Amy Totenberg, U.S. District Court for the Norhern Distict of Georgia. (Courtesy photo)

U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg of the Northern District of Georgia in Atlanta said Friday she will take senior status effective April 4.

The move will leave an opening to be filled by nomination from President Joe Biden and confirmation from the U.S. Senate. Georgia’s two new U.S. senators—John Ossoff and Raphael Warnock—have “established a Federal Nominations Advisory Commission to review candidates on an ongoing basis for the positions of U.S. District Court Judge, U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal positions in all three of Georgia’s federal districts,” they said on Ossoff’s website.

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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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