601 Mulberry Street, 4th Floor

Bibb County Courthouse

Macon, GA 31201

Office Hours 8:00-5:00

(478) 621-5801 (Main Phone)

Mission Statement

The Civil and Magistrate Court of Macon-Bibb County works every day to serve the citizens of Macon-Bibb County with professionalism, respect, and dignity.


The Court does not accept cash payments after 4:30 p.m. We also do not accept $100.00 bills. If you wish to file a civil action after 4:30 p.m., the paperwork must be complete when you come in and payment can only be in the form of a business check, money order, or credit card. We accept VISA and MASTERCARD debit and credit cards.

You may file online at

The Judges and Magistrates of the Bibb County Civil & Magistrate Court


Chief Associate Judge Jimmy Daniels, Magistrate Judge Jerome Sinclair, Magistrate Judge Valencia Jones, Chief Judge Pamela White-Colbert & Associate Judge & Magistrate Brenda Youmas

judge Pamela-White-Colbert

Meet Judge Pamela White-Colbert

Judge Pamela White-Colbert was born and raised in Macon, Georgia and graduated from Southwest High School. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and her law degree from the Mercer University School of Law. Judge White-Colbert began her legal career at Georgia Legal Services as a staff attorney. She was an Assistant District Attorney for the Macon Judicial Circuit for 30 years. She was elected in 2018 as the Chief Judge of the Civil and Magistrate Court of Bibb County.

Judge White-Colbert is a member of the Macon Bar, the State Bar of Georgia, the Editorial Board of the State Bar of Georgia Journal, and the William A. Bootle American Inns of Court.

Judge White-Colbert serves as a Trustee for the River Edge Foundation, Board member of the Macon-Bibb Economic Opportunity Council, Inc. a member of Career Women Network, a Sustainer of the Junior League of Macon, an advocate for Macon Bibb Citizen Advocacy, and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Judge White-Colbert has served as Past Presidents of the Girl Scouts Board of Middle Georgia, the Hay House Board of Directors, and the Macon Bar Association. She has also been a Past Board member of United Way of Macon, Past Trustee for the Medcen Foundation, and past member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights.

She is married to the Rev. Marvin Colbert, and they have two children.

Clerk Of The Magistrate Court

clerks of the magistrate court

Kenisha Jackson



David Hank Ashley