16001 Barnesville Street P.O. Box 466
Zebulon, Georgia 30295
Phone: (770) 567-2004 Fax: (770) 462-3319
Regular Office Hours
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
For your convenience we are open through lunch on
Mondays and Thursdays.
Please note that the Pike County Magistrate Court has MOVED!
We are now located at 16001 Barnesville Street, Zebulon, Georgia (Main Courthouse)
2018 Pike County Holiday Closings
January 1 & 15, March 30, May 28, July 4, September 3, November 12, 22 & 23, December 24 & 25.
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Pike County, Georgia
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Also known as
"The People's Court."
We hope you find this website helpful as we have created it with our citizens' needs in mind. These pages are offered as a convenience to you; and you are still welcome to come by, call or email the Clerk(s) if you prefer a more personal service instead of, or in addition to, the information available in or through this site.
Please also keep in mind that our American form of government provides that the laws are created by the people and for the people. This is as it should be; and as a result, the laws are subject to change with each legislative session as the people speak through our elected legislators. This is also why you will find that from time to time "the way we've always done it" is no longer "the way we do it."
We thank you for your voice, and your patience, as we try to keep pace with the changes while continuing to provide the "checks and balances" required of an independent judiciary in maintaining our government by the people and for the people.
Marcia J. Callaway-Ingram, Chief Magistrate
AT YOUR SERVICE:
Judge Callaway-Ingram has been Chief Magistrate of Pike County since June 1, 2010. She is a graduate of Pike County High School, Gordon College and Georgia State College of Law; became a member of the Georgia State Bar in 1991 and began practicing law with the Zebulon based law firm of Hendrix & Smith; served as the founding Director of the Griffin Circuit Alternative Dispute Resolution Program (now the 6th Judicial District ADR Program); has served as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the Georgia Dept. of Human Resources; and managed a private general law practice prior to accepting the position as your Chief Magistrate. Your Chief Magistrate serves on the Pike County Child Abuse Protocol Committee, as Director on the Board of the 6th Judicial District ADR Program, the Pike County Law Library Board, as a Representative on the Council of Magistrate Court Judges for the State of Georgia, and as a mentor for new Magistrates.
Judge Martin has served as a Pike County Magistrate since 2013, and began with this Court as Magistrate Clerk in 2011. Prior to joining us, Judge Martin had experience and on-the-job-training in various capacities in the legal field since 1983: as Judicial Assistant to the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for over eight years, as paralegal for Atlanta law firms for over 16 years, as a Court Reporter, and as legal secretary.
Kim Chagnon, Criminal Division Clerk
Kim Chagnon has been serving as Magistrate Clerk since 2013. Kim Parks Chagnon is a 1978 graduate of Pike County High School, is a retiree of the State of Georgia after 34 years as a Criminal Justice Professional experienced in the areas of Case Management, Administrative Support and Client Relations, and is a two-time recipient of the Unsung Hero Award for the Georgia Department of Corrections. Clerk Chagnon also serves as a Notary Public for your convenience.
After working with a private attorney for 19 years, Mrs. Wilson joined our Magistrate staff as Civil Clerk in 2018. Mrs. Wilson earned her paralegal certification from the University of Georgia in 2004. Although Mrs. Wilson was not born and raised in Pike County, she came as fast as she could! She has been very involved in Pike County for many years now, and has graduated all three of her children, kindergarten through 12th grade, from the Pike County Schools.
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