Family law attorney to run for Cobb Superior Court judge – East Cobb News

Daniele Johnson, Cobb Superior Court Judge candidate

Daniele Johnson, Cobb Superior Court Judge candidate

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Daniele Johnson is running for Cobb County Superior Court Judge. Superior Court has exclusive jurisdiction over family law matters, including divorce, custody, legitimation, child support and  domestic violence. Daniele Johnson has practiced family law in Cobb County for the last 22 years. She is also a certified Guardian Ad Lite, meaning, she is trained to represent the best interests of children. 

Superior Court also has exclusive jurisdiction over felony crimes, such as homicide, sexual assault, and aggravated assault. Prior to beginning her family law career, Daniele Johnson served as a Deputy District Attorney in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. There, she was lead prosecutor for misdemeanor crimes. She was also assigned to the Special Victims Unit, a team dedicated to prosecuting felony crimes committed against children. Prior to her time as a prosecutor, Daniele Johnson was court-certified to represent victims of domestic violence in their pursuit of restraining orders against their abusers. Daniele Johnson has dedicated her entire career practicing exactly the type of law the position of Cobb County Superior Court Judge calls for.  

To Daniele Johnson, serving on the bench is a natural extension of what she has been doing for the last 25 years, serving families and community. She is specifically seeking to succeed the Honorable Robert Flournoy who has decided to retire at the end of his term. She and her husband have been part of the Cobb Community since 1999 where they are raising their three children within the Cobb County School District. 

To learn more about Daniele Johnson and her professional accolades, visit her website at

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