Deep Roots in Colquitt County and Extensive Experience in Law

David Herndon

In the 1830’s, long before  Moultrie or Colquitt County existed, David Herndon’s family settled farmland in what is now southern Colquitt County. His roots run six generations deep in Colquitt County and Moultrie.  Growing up in and around the fields of that same family farm, David learned the ethics of hard work and caring for others.  As an attorney, he knows the importance of family, neighbors, and community.

David received his Bachelor Degree double majoring in Political Science and Speech Communication from the University of Georgia.  Prior to attending law school, he successfully served as executive producer and host of a noted television broadcast current events program.  He received his Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of Georgia School of Law earning several recognitions, including graduating class president.

Returning to Moultrie, David was admitted to practice law in all Georgia Courts, including The Court of Appeals and Georgia Supreme Court in 1995.

David has served twice as Chamber of Commerce Chairman, member of the Development Authority, Chairman of the Downtown Moultrie Association, Vice Chair of the Downtown Development Authority, Chairman of Downtown Moultrie Tomorrow, and Chairman of Downtown Moultrie Tomorrow Enhancement Committee. He has served as a food bank board member, founding board member Museum of Colquitt County History, UGA Law School young Alumni Committee.

David has served as Moultrie Municipal Court Judge since 1998. He has served as Municipal Court Judge of Berlin Ga. since 2019

The Law Office of David Herndon maintains an active practice in business, collections, banking, family, probate, real estate, and personal injury law.

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Law School

J.D., University of Georgia Law School


B.A., University of Georgia

Bar Admissions

Georgia, 1995
Georgia Court of Appeals, Supreme Court State of Georgia, Middle District of Georgia United States District Court, Superior Court of Colquitt County.


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