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About Judge Quintin McGee

My judicial philosophy is based upon the fundamental principle that each case should be decided based on two things: the facts and the law. I work diligently to provide a courtroom environment where each litigant has a full and fair opportunity to have their matter heard and decided in an objective, impartial manner. Having served as a defense attorney, prosecutor, and now as a District Court Judge, I have over a decade of relevant courtroom experience that I rely upon daily in order to ensure that my courtroom operates in an efficient and effective manner. 

I began my career in 2010 working as an attorney in private practice representing individuals in both civil and criminal District Court and later had the privilege of representing the citizens of Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus Counties as an Assistant District Attorney from 2012-2020. Over the course of the eight years, I served as a prosecutor, I spent two years working as the primary District Court prosecutor in Brunswick County (2012-2014), two years in Columbus County as a Superior Court prosecutor (2014-2016), and four years as the Chief Assistant District Attorney in Bladen County (2016-2020). In November 2020, I was appointed to serve as a District Court Judge for Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus Counties.

Beyond my career in public service, I feel a duty to give back to my community through volunteering. I am active in the community by serving as a board member with the Cape Fear Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Communities in Schools of Brunswick County, the United Way of the Cape Fear Area, and volunteering with the 13th Judicial District’s Teen Court program. Additionally, in 2021, I was appointed by the Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court to serve on the Chief Justice’s Task Force on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Informed Courts. The task force’s mission is to understand the impact of ACEs on children and to develop strategies for addressing them within our court system.

More information about the Chief Justice’s ACEs Task Force can be found here.

Outside of my work and community involvement, I also enjoy participating in athletics, reading and traveling. I graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2007 as a double major with bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Management & Society and later graduated from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2010.  I have been a Leland resident since 2013 where I reside with my wife, Veronica, who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and serves as the Director of the Leland Senior Center. We have one son, John Carleton "J.C." McGee.

 
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IN THE NEWS

Nov. 16, 2020 at 9:38 AM CST

Quintin McGee has been appointed as a district court judge in Judicial District 13 for Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus counties, Gov. Roy Cooper recently announced. 

May 25, 2021 | North Brunswick

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Appointed district court judge of the 13th Judicial District in November 2020, The Honorable Quintin McGee plans to make Brunswick, Bladen and Columbus counties better than he found them.

August 20, 2021, Press Release

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“We are pleased to hold the first meeting of the Task Force on ACEs-Informed Courts,” said Chief Justice Paul Newby. “The Task Force is eager to begin the work that we anticipate will produce positive outcomes for our children and our communities.”

Nov. 23, 2021, Press Release

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This month, the Chief Justice's Task Force on ACEs-Informed Courts held its second meeting in Wilmington over a period of two days. 

To Serve and Support

Task Force on ACEs-Informed Courts Holds First Meeting

Chief Justice's Task Force on ACEs-Informed Courts Holds Second In-Person Meeting

McGee appointed as district court judge

Judge Quintin McGee is Endorsed by the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys

October 7, 2022

The North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys Judicial Endorsements Committee announced its 2022 judicial candidate endorsements today. The Committee makes non-partisan endorsements in judicial races only

 

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