Almost anyone who has read about Judge B. Avant Edenfield—and more particularly, those who have appeared before him in court—can vouch for the power of his personality, the depth of his intellect and his utter control of every situation.

This son of the tiny rural hamlet known as Stilson, near Statesboro in Bulloch County, descended from a patriot who fought in the Battle of Savannah during the Revolutionary War, was born in the midst of the Great Depression, read and persevered his way from a self-described (but greatly exaggerated) “lifetime struggle with ignorance” to the highest levels of government and law in this state and nation.

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