Wyant will be Coweta's 1st full-time juvenile judge

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Joseph Wyant

By ALEX MCRAE
alex@newnan.com
Coweta Magistrate Judge Joseph Wyant, who will take over Jan. 1 as judge of Coweta County Juvenile Court, said he is looking forward to the new position and grateful for the help and support he has received so far in his judicial career.
Wyant will be the county’s first full-time Juvenile Court judge.
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