Solicitor - General

Troup County Solicitor - General
Troup County Government Center
100 Ridley Avenue, Suite 2600
LaGrange, Georgia 30240

Phone: 706-883-1726
Fax: 706-883-1640
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Troup County Solicitor - General: Nina Markette Baker


The Troup County Solicitor’s Office is responsible for prosecuting all misdemeanors, traffic offenses and ordinance violations in the State Court of Troup County. Agencies we prosecute cases for include: Georgia State Patrol, Troup County Sheriff’s Department, LaGrange Police Department, West Point Police Department, Hogansville Police Department, Department of Natural Resources, and the Georgia Department of Transportation. Cases may originate in the State Court of Troup Court, be transferred to Troup County State Court from various municipal courts or be transferred to the State Court of Troup County by the Coweta Circuit District Attorney’s Office.

We appear in court for traffic court, status hearings, jury trials, arraignments, bench trials, probation revocations, non-English arraignment, bond forfeitures, criminal pre-trials, magistrate committal hearings and magistrate pre-execution hearings.

Domestic Violence

Georgia law defines family violence as any felony, battery, simple battery, simple assault, assault, stalking, criminal damage to property, unlawful restraint and criminal trespass between past or present spouses, persons who are parents of the same child, parents and children, step parents and stepchildren, foster parents and foster children and persons living or formerly living in the same household.

The Solicitor’s Office has a Victim/Witness Advocate available to speak with victims and give them information regarding court procedures, temporary protective orders, available women’s shelters, safety plan strategies, and potential compensation.

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Pre-Trial Diversion Programs

The Troup County Solicitor’s Office has created a Pre-Trial Diversion Program whereby some offenders are given the opportunity to complete certain requirements and if they successfully complete those requirements, have their case dismissed. The program has certain threshold requirements each defendant must satisfy in order to be considered for the program. The requirements of the program may include attending a certified batterer’s intervention program, anger management program, ASAM evaluation and treatment, DUI school, community service, stay away provisions and other education and therapeutic components. Participants pay for the individual programs and pay a court cost upon completing the program.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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