Managing Assistant District Attorney
Gwinnet County District Attorney's Office
Samantha graduated from High Point University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. She then went on to attend Thomas M. Cooley School of law with the intention of practicing intellectual property law. It was not until she was working as an intern in the Gwinnett DA’s office that she realized her passion for prosecution. Samantha currently serves as a Managing Assistant District Attorney and has been with the Gwinnet DA’s office for over 10 years. She is an effective prosecutor whose trial experience includes cases involving murder, armed robbery, sexual assaults, and elder abuse. Along with her trial responsibilities, Samantha helps to educate police academy recruits from local agencies on current Georgia and federal law and courtroom testimonial demeanor. She has participated in several presentations to middle and high school students ranging from the duties of a prosecutor to cyber bullying prevention. She also currently serves as mentor to a bright and motivated 9th grader.
Assistant District Attorney
DeKalb County District Attorney's Office
Young Cho is a Assistant District Attorney at the DeKalb County District Attorney’s Office. She also served as a Assistant Solicitor-General at the Fulton County Solicitor-General’s Office. She has handled numerous cases ranging from domestic violence offenses, sex crimes, felony assaults, code violations, drug offenses, cases involving juvenile offenders, and driving under the influence cases. Additionally, she has worked with the mental health courts in DeKalb County and Fulton County. She is a graduate of North Carolina State University and Indiana University School of Law.
Assistant Solicitor General
Forsyth County Solicitor General's Office
Caroline Yi has been an Assistant Solicitor General with the Forsyth County Solicitor General’s Office since 2015. She began her career as a prosecutor in 2013 with the Augusta-Richmond County Solicitor General’s Office. As an ASG, she prosecutes misdemeanor cases, including domestic violence, DUI, vehicular homicide- 2nd degree, and other traffic offenses. She has tried over 60 jury trials as first chair, and has argued multiple cases on appeal which have resulted in published opinions. Caroline is a graduate of the University of Georgia, and Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.