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judge.jpg“WE ARE FIGHTING FOR THE
HEARTS AND SOULS AND MINDS OF
OUR CHILDREN.  IT’S A FIGHT THAT
WE ARE COMMITTED TO WINNING. 
IT IS A FIGHT THAT CAN ONLY BE
WON BY COMMUNITY
COLLABORATIONS AND FRESH
AND INNOVATIVE APPROACHES
TO BUILDING AND STRENGTHENING
OUR FAMILIES”

EDMOND G. NAMAN, CIRCUIT JUDGE                                                                                         

About Judge Edmond G. Naman              

Education:
Graduate of UMS Preparatory School
Graduate of University of South Alabama BA: English, Biology, BA: Philosophy
Graduate of Jones School of Law

Practice of Law:
Admitted to practice law before all trial and appellate courts in the state of Alabama.  Served as Assistant District Attorney for Mobile County from 1995-2007.  Professional positions include: Special Prosecutor in charge of gun and violent crime; Special Prosecutor Mobile County Drug  Court Program, Legal Instructor for police departments across Mobile County, District Attorney’s Early Warning truancy Program, Mobile County Correction Victim Impact Panel, Mobile County Public School teachers: and for the “Make the Right Choice” Program.

Community Leadership:
Mobile Mayor’s Task Force on Youth and Substance Abuse; Graduate Leadership Mobile Class of 2002; Instructor for Archdiocese of Mobile Child Protection Program; Chair of Helping Families Initiative for at risk youth.  Board Member mobile County Domestic Violence Task Force; Advisor for Boy Scout Legal Explorer Post; Youth Mentor for Volunteer Mobile; Past President, American Diabetes Association; Past Chairman of the 2003 & 2004 ADA Walk for Diabetes, Past Board Member, Prichard Boys and Girls Club; Chairman, 2004 & 2005 Catholic Charities Appeal, Past President, St. Mary Parish Knights of Columbus; Past Chairman, St. Mary Parish Youth Commission, Basketball Coach, CYO;

Memberships:
Mobile Bar Association; Alabama Bar Association, American Bar Association, Paul W. Brock Inns of Court Legal Society, Alabama Circuit Judges Association, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Mobile United, St. Mary Catholic Church, St Mary’s Knights of Columbus, Past Member National College of District Attorneys, Past Member Alabama District Attorneys Association.

 

 VISION STATEMENT 

THE JUVENILE COURT OF MOBILE COUNTY IS COMMITTED TO PROVIDING JUSTICE, PROTECTION, AND INSPIRATION THROUGH GUIDANCE, ACCOUNTABILITY, EDUCATION, AND EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS THEREBY EMPOWERING OUR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES TO REALIZE THEIR FULLEST POTENTIAL.