Gov. Brian Kemp made a series of judicial appointments Tuesday, most notable among them the naming of Court of Appeals Justice Verda Colvin to the state Supreme Court to fill the vacancy left by Harold Melton.  Colvin, a highly respected former state prosecutor, becomes the fourth African American justice on the court in state history and continues Kemp’s push to increase diversity in the judiciary.  A well deserved promotion to the state’s highest court has Colvin’s ship RISING…

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