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Ennis Runs for Superior Court Judge Seat


By Amanda Smith

Macon native Ed Ennis recently announced his campaign for the Judge Seat of Superior Court of the Macon Judicial Circuit.  Ennis is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy (B.S. in Engineering Sciences) and the University of Georgia School of Law.  He has been a partner at the firm of Constangy, Brooks, & Smith, LLC since 1993.

From 1975 to 1988, Ennis served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney.  As a federal prosecutor, he prepared and tried cases involving RICO (racketeer-influenced corrupt organizations), importation and trafficking in illegal drugs, mail fraud, bank robbery, tax evasion, public corruption, and is the only candidate who has prosecuted violations of the civil rights of individuals.


From 1988 to 1993, Ed served as the U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia.  In that capacity, he was the senior federal law enforcement officer and the chief litigation counsel for all federal departments and agencies with respect to matters pending in his seventy-county district.  His office was responsible for prosecution of criminal cases and representation of the United States across a broad spectrum of civil litigation, cases arising under the Federal Tort Claims Act, eminent domain, environmental superfund matters, False Claims Act cases, public accommodation matters and enforcement of the Voting Rights Act, asset forfeiture, and collection of federal debts.

When asked his opinion on Drug Court, he replied “I think it’s possibly Judge Wilcox’s single most lasting legacy.”

Ed hopes you will vote for him on November 7.  “My approach to this campaign is to try to present my qualifications to the voters.  I know and like all of my opponents, but in the end, it’s experience that matters.”


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