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John Wiles' Biography
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John J. Wiles
Wife: Janel Louise; 5 Children: John Jr., Drew, Max, Margi, Quincy
JD, Stetson University College of Law, 1983
BA, George Washington University, 1980
Candidate, Georgia State Senate, District 37, 2010
Senator, Georgia State Senate, 2004-2010
Chair, Cobb County Legislative Delegation
Former Deputy Whip, Republican Caucus, Georgia State House of Representatives
Managing Partner, Wiles and Wiles, Attorneys at Law, 1988-present
Assistant Solicitor, Cobb County Solicitor's Office
Coach, East Marietta National Little League
Admitted to Practice, Georgia Court of Appeals
Admitted to Practice, Georgia Supreme Court
Admitted to Practice, United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Admitted to Practice, United States District Courts, Northern District of Georgia/Eastern District of Tennessee
Hansell and Post, 1987-1988
Mitchell Loggins Campbell and Elsberry, 1985-1987
State Court of Cobb County, 1984
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Board of Directors, Acworth Business Association, present
Member, American Bar Association, present
State Chair, American Legislative Exchange Council, present
Member, Cobb Chamber of Commerce, present
Member, Cobb County Bar Association, present
Volunteer, Cub Scouts
Member, Kennesaw Business Association, present
Member, Marietta First United Methodist Church, present
Member, Marietta Kiwanis, present
Member, North Star Church, present
Member, State Bar of Florida, present
Member, State Bar of Georgia, present
Member, State Bar of Tennessee, present
Former Staff Member, Stetson University Law Review
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