Ashley was appointed to the Fulton County Magistrate Court as a full time judge
on March 20, 2019. Prior to joining the Court, he served for nearly six
years as the Deputy Director of the Prosecuting Attorney’s Council of Georgia.
At PAC, he was a key contributor on many legal and legislative issues and
participated in over 70 trainings on topics ranging from the 4th
Amendment/Search & Seizure to Open Records. He also served 12 years in the
Fulton County DA’s Office filling a variety of roles and rising to the level of
Executive Assistant District Attorney, a position he held for four years as the
DA’s representative serving all of northern Fulton County. Todd began his legal
career by serving for two years in the Cobb County Solicitor General’s Office.
He also served for a year as the Solicitor General of the city of Lilburn
gives freely of his time. He was an appointee of Former Governor Sonny Perdue
to the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council where he served a term as
Vice-Chair of the Crime Victims Compensation Committee. He was an
appointee of Former Governor Nathan Deal to the Juvenile Justice State Advisory
Group. He is
a Past President of the North Fulton Bar Association and has been engaged with
the NFBA for nearly 15 years. He served a term as Co-Chair of the
Multi-Bar Leadership Council, an organization dedicated to supporting diversity
and inclusion programs across the Bar. He has been a member of the Local and
Voluntary Bars Committee of the State Bar of Georgia for six years. He is a
member of the Elkins Pointe Middle School Dad’s Club and a supporter of the
Georgia State Golf Association. He is blessed with his wonderful wife Stephanie
and his amazing daughter Sarah.
is a graduate of Georgia State University (BS, 1993) and Atlanta’s John
Marshall Law School (JD, cum laude, 1999). When not on the bench or
volunteering, you will likely find him on a golf course.