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Judge John Carbo C. III

Chief Judge , State Court

Clayton County Chamber of Commerce

HQ Phone: (678) 610-4021

Email: j***@***.us

Clayton County Chamber of Commerce

2270 Mount Zion Road

Jonesboro, Georgia 30236

United States

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Employment History

Council of State Court Judges

State Court

Top Prosecutor
State Court

Clayton County Commission


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When asked about challenging budget ...

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When asked about challenging budget concerns, Judge John Carbo (Clayton County), president of the Council of State Court Judges, said, "These are difficult times for everyone. People are hurting. The General Assembly and local governments are dealing with reduced revenues. State courts will continue to operate frugally, while fulfilling our mission to administer justice for all Georgians."

Also in attendance were Judge John Carbo (Clayton County), President-elect Judge Ron Ginsberg (Chatham County), Judge Ben Studdard (Henry County), Secretary of the Council Judge Bill Bass Sr. (Grady County), Judge Larry Mims (Tift County), Judge Melody Clayton (Cobb County), Judge Phil Smith (Forsyth County) and Judge Jeanette Little (Troup County).

Special photo Gail Carnes (left) takes ...

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Special photo Gail Carnes (left) takes the oath of office from Clayton County State Court Judge John C. Carbo, as she is sworn in as Clayton County State Court Clerk.

State Court Judge John C. Carbo administered the oath of office.
Carbo was appointed in 1983, as the county's first full-time solicitor general, the State Court's top prosecutor.
"Judge Carbo is a brilliant man," said Carnes.

Jury Sides With AMC Chain in Trip-and-fall Suit – GRSMB

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Clayton State court Judge John C. Carbo III granted summary judgment for AMC because he found that the "wet floor" sign had been prop- erly placed and that there was no evi- dence that anyone knew the sign had collapsed. But a panel of the Court of Appeals reversed, saying Carbo was wrong to conclude the sign was properly placed as a matter of law.

In a unanimous opinion by then-chief Justice Leah Ward Sears, who since has retired from the court, the Supreme Court ruled that a 1997 state Supreme Court decision meant that routine issues of slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall cases-such as how closely a retailer should monitor its premises and how vigilant patrons must be for their own safety in various settings-must be answered by juries, not judges. Given Browns' evidence of the risk posed by the A-frame type of "wet floor" sign when used in areas traversed by large concentrations of people, she wrote, the court couldn't say as a matter of law that AMC had fulfilled its duty to avoid creating an unreasonable safety risk for the public.

Jonesboro's team, coached by State Court ...

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Jonesboro's team, coached by State Court Judge John Carbo III, won the title Saturday night in Wilmington, Del., after competition with 41 other teams.

Other notable graduates include Clayton ...

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Other notable graduates include Clayton County State Court Chief Judge John Carbo and Clayton County Superior Court Judge Matthew Simmons.

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