May 19, 2016–Judge Edmond Naman / NEST Project

Judge Edmond G. Naman has served as presiding Juvenal Court judge since 2007. A native of Mobile, he attended UMS Preparatory School, The University of South Alabama and Jones School of Law.
Prior to joining the 13th Judicial Circuit, he served as Assistant District Attorney for Mobile County and was Special Prosecutor for gun and violent crime and for the Drug Court.
He has long had a special interest in helping children at risk and has served as advisor and on boards of many programs including the “Make the Right Choice” program, Helping Families Initiative, Children’s Policy Council, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and many others too numerous to list here.
Some of the recognition he has received for his dedicated work includes the Spirit of Recovery Award presented by the Mobile County Drug Education Council, Goodwill Easter Seals Community Partner Award, Mike Gottfried Community Service Award presented by Mobile Christian School and Team Focus, Man of Vision Award presented by the Gulf Region Organization Of Nigerians and Americans, Champions Of Life Award presented by the Bowl Committee, Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award presented by People United to Advance the Dream and the 2016 Sir Thomas More Lecturer at Springhill College.
Judge Naman attends St. Mary’s Catholic Church. He and Marcella have 2 children.