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Hal Moroz

Georgia Supreme Court

Experience * Common Sense * Justice 

My name is Hal Moroz, and I am running for Justice on the Supreme Court of Georgia. I would like to introduce myself to you and tell you why I care about the future of our courts in the Great State of Georgia!  

I served more than 20 years in the United States military.  Later, I served my community as both a County Judge and as a City Chief Judge in Georgia. As a Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney, I have successfully prosecuted criminals in one of Georgia’s toughest jurisdictions. I have also represented military veterans in courts up to and including the United States Supreme Court. Everything about my life has been SERVICE to a cause greater than self.  

I am running for this office to further serve my fellow citizens as a Justice on Georgia's highest court, and to reclaim the foundations upon which our great state and country were founded. I support the Constitution as written and a return to common sense in our judiciary. My campaign is based on three foundations ... Experience, Common Sense, and Justice.

Experience * Common Sense * Justice *

* Experience:  Citizens deserve Supreme Court Justices with broad experience in life and the law.  I have served both as a prosecuting attorney and a judge. I have been a soldier and a teacher, and have the experience that reflects the diversity of the citizens of our communities, including those like myself who have held careers in the military, in my case the United States Army where my home was Fort Benning.

* Common SenseHighlighting and Integrating the Rights of Victims in our courtrooms, and revisiting notions like trial court judges acting as a "13th juror" to nullify the guilty verdicts of juries in criminal cases is a priority of mine. These types of actions always favor the defendants, and never side with the State, the victims, or the other constitutionally recognized jurors. Trial court judges should respect the verdicts of our juries.

* JusticeI believe all judges must hold strict adherence to the Constitution and laws as written, never substituting the will of the judge for what the law actually says. This is my priority. Judicial activism is wrong. Lawmaking is the constitutional responsibility of the legislature, not the judiciary.

God willing, WITH YOUR VOTE ON THE MAY 19 Election ~ early voting starts April 17 ~ I will win this race for Georgia's Families and the Rule of Law!

Isn't it time for Georgia to Experience Common Sense Justice?



On May 19th,* 2020, VOTE:

Hal Moroz for Supreme Court Justice in Georgia!

*Note: Early Voting begins April 17th!


Committee to Elect Hal Moroz to the Supreme Court of Georgia*

     * Hon. Kathe Loeffler, Counselor at Law & former Judge

     * DA Greg Edwards, District Attorney, Dougherty Judicial Circuit, Georgia

     * Chief Shannon Brock, Watkinsville Police Department, Georgia

     * Sheriff Kevin Sproul, Dougherty County, Georgia

     * Donna Fiducia, Radio Personality & former Fox News Channel anchor

     * Don Neuen, Radio Personality & Entrepreneur

     * Hon. Van Hipp, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Army, author of The New Terrorism

     * And MANY MORE TO COME, but the most important endorsement comes from YOU, the Citizens of Georgia!


Photos of Hal Moroz as a soldier, statesman and judge ...




"See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil."

~ Ephesians 5:15-16, KJV

"Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me."

~ Isaiah 6:8, KJV

"Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God."

~ 1 Corinthians 10:31, KJV

The Making of a Supreme Court Justice

Words of Support …

Hal Moroz for Justice on the Georgia Supreme Court Radio Announcement:

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