Cobb County State Court Judge David Darden began a two-year term as chief judge this month, replacing Judge Toby Prodgers, who served four years as chief.

“I missed one meeting,” Darden joked when asked about how his colleagues came to elect him as chief. The tradtion in Cobb has been for the most senior judge who hasn’t served as chief before to take a turn.

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