Special-Interest Cases

While justice is important in every case, some situations garner more public attention than others. On this page, you can find information about selected cases.

In an effort to provide transparency in cases of high interest to the community, the District Attorney’s Office provides the public with access to a redacted version of specific case files for public review.

If you are seeking specific information on a case not listed, you may contact the District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.

Officer-involved shooting – Charles Moses Jr. (Sept. 19, 2020)

The redacted case files for the Sept. 19, 2020, use of force shooting of Charles Moses Jr. by a Brunswick police officer is provided here.  The use of force was determined to be justified.

Officer-involved shooting – Gearil Williams. (Aug. 23, 2020)

The redacted case files for the Aug. 23, 2020, use of force shooting of Charles Moses Jr. by a Kingsland police officer is provided here.  The use of force was determined to be justified.

Officer-involved shooting – Christopher Raborn (Dec 10, 2021)

The redacted case files for the Dec 10, 2021, use of force shooting of Christopher Raborn by a Camden County deputy sheriff is provided here.  The use of force was determined to be justified.


Open Records Act Request: Pursuant to O.C.G.A. 50-18-71(b)(2), the Open Records Officer for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office is Cathy Browning. Written requests should be submitted to her via email at cbrowning@pacga.org or by mail to the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office, Attention: Cathy Browning, 210 E. 4th St., Woodbine, GA 31569.
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