Gwinnett County
In 1818, the Georgia legislature created Gwinnett County from Creek and Cherokee Indian lands. The state's 42nd county was named for Button Gwinnett, one of Georgia's three signers of the Declaration of Independence.
  Vote Jim Argo For Gwinnett County State Court Judge on July 20, 2004

 

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Vote July 20, 2004

JIM ARGO 

Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.)

FOR GWINNETT COUNTY STATE COURT JUDGE

 

COL. JIM ARGO

A NEW STATE COURT JUDGE FOR GWINNETT COUNTY

Jim has proven his abilities to fight for justice and liberty, be it as a Marine Corps pilot in the hostile skies of Viet Nam 

or as an attorney in the courtrooms of Georgia He is driven in his desire to see that justice is served and protected, and that

Gwinnett County will always be a safe place for families and children to work, play, learn, and prosper.

Graduate of the University of Alabama
Commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps
Graduate of Naval Flight School
Decorated for valor while serving as a

Marine Corps helicopter pilot in Viet Nam

Graduate of the Naval Justice School

Graduate of John Marshall Law School with honors

Admitted to the State Bar of Georgia

Graduate of the Naval JAG Course

Retired Colonel from the Marine Corps Reserve after thirty years of service

JAG for the Georgia State Defense Force

Member of the Board of Directors for The Gwinnett County Fallen Heroes Memorial

Member Gwinnett County Bar Association

Member American Trial Lawyers Association

Jim has lived in Gwinnett County for 20 years. lie has been married to Genie Argo for 24 years and has raised two children, Jason and Jennifer. 

He is a member of the Sneliville United Methodist Church. former Boy Scout leader and has practiced law in Lawrencevl]le for the past eight years.  

 

COL. JIM ARGO  

COL. JIM ARGO  

 

 

Jim Argo

Paid for by The Committee to Elect Col.Jim Argo 

Genie Argo, Treasurer

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