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Come on sponsorship night event for Judge Cason’s: in Koreatown on the 28th

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04/27/2022

Sponsorship Night for Incumbent Judge Tracie Cason’s re-election will be held on Thursday, 28th at 6:30pm at Swanee Soon Bakery.

Judge Tracie Cason is a Gwinnett County Superior Judge who is aiming for re-election this year.

Judge Tracie Cason recently worked with Gwinnett County Attorneys, Prosecutors and Attorneys at a seminar hosted by the Korean American Crime Prevention Commission to deliver essential information on “Gye(Pyramid)” and “multilevel financial fraud”.

She has also served as a prosecutor and judge in Gwinnett County for nearly 20 years.

Judge Tracie Cason’s cases include criminal felonies, family and family law cases, and civil disputes.

She was elected in county-wide contested elections in 2018, and she said in an interview with Global News Today, “I am committed to providing fair and equitable justice for all.”

Meanwhile, before becoming a Gwinnett Superior Court Judge, Judge Tracie Cason worked as a profession prosecutor in the District Attorney’s Office.

Her work as a prosecutor in 2017 with the GBI, Gwinnett County Police and Sheriff, and more than a dozen other agencies in a massive prostitution crackdown that arrested 23 pimps of child prostitution. The arrest operation is considered one of the largest operations in Georgia.

The reason for wanting to become a judge also stemmed from her distinct judicial philosophy. Judge Cayson called it ‘compassion and responsibility’.

She stressed the need to keep communities safe for everyone, especially the most vulnerable, and to have everyone heard in court.

It also emphasizes that victims have rights, defendants have rights, and everyone’s rights must be protected and balanced to achieve justice for all. We are convinced that looking at the root causes of crime and preventing recurring crimes will keep everyone safer.

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Judge Tracie Cason, who has been married for 14 years, lives with her husband and six dogs.

Judge Tracie was graduated from UGA and Baylor University Law Schools.

Judge Tracie Cason’s catchphrase is “I will be your judge, who listens humbly, speaks wisely, and judges with coolness”!

Below is the information on the sponsorship night event

  • Apr 28 6:30-8pm @ Soon Bakery & Cafe (2855 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road • Suite 370 • Suwanee, GA 30024)
  • Donations – up to $3,000 – as low as $100
  • *Donations are appreciated but not required.
  • *If by mailed, Donations can be sent to: Committee to Elect Tracie Cason PO Box 754 Grayson, GA. 30017
  • *Donate online: TracieCason.com

<By Eugene Lee>

Election campaign banner. As a diverse Gwinnett County judge, it was produced in English, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese. photo by Global News Today.
Judge Traceie Cason (far right) was the moderator of a seminar hosted by the Korean Crime Prevention Committee and answered questions from the panelists on ‘Gye’ and ‘Multilevel Financial Fraud’. (From left) Commissioner Lee Cho-won, Commissioner Hyung-kwon Park, candidate of House of Representatives Soo Hong, candidate of Solicitor-Genera Lisamarie Bristol, Candidate of House of Representatives Matt Reeves, and Gwinnett County Attorney General Patsy Austin-Gatson. photo by Global News Today.
Judge Tracie Cason. photo by Global News Today.
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