Andres Bosque

Research Analyst I

Andres Bosque is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts. He is primarily responsible for supporting our clients, such as CACJ and GODR, and assisting with the annual caseload collection process.

Before joining the AOC in 2022, Mr. Bosque worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Political Science Program at the University of Memphis. Mr. Bosque holds a Master’s in Political Science as well as a Bachelor’s in Political Science and Philosophy from The University of Memphis.

Andres Bosque

Research Analyst I

Andres Bosque is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts. He is primarily responsible for supporting our clients, such as CACJ and GODR, and assisting with the annual caseload collection process.

Before joining the AOC in 2022, Mr. Bosque worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Political Science Program at the University of Memphis. Mr. Bosque holds a Master’s in Political Science as well as a Bachelor’s in Political Science and Philosophy from The University of Memphis.

Mitchell Redd is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council of Georgia / Administrative Office of the Courts. His primary responsibilities include assisting with annual judicial caseload reporting, fulfilling research requests, and aiding with circuit boundary studies.

Prior to joining the AOC in 2022, Mr. Redd worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant at the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia. He holds a Master’s in Political Science from the University of Georgia and a Bachelor’s of Political Science from the University of Mississippi.

Mitchell Redd

Research Analyst I

Mitchell Redd

Research Analyst I

Mitchell Redd is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council of Georgia / Administrative Office of the Courts. His primary responsibilities include assisting with annual judicial caseload reporting, fulfilling research requests, and aiding with circuit boundary studies.

Prior to joining the AOC in 2022, Mr. Redd worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant at the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia. He holds a Master’s in Political Science from the University of Georgia and a Bachelor’s of Political Science from the University of Mississippi.

Alexis Bell

Research Analyst I

Alexis Bell is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts. She is primarily responsible for fulfilling research requests, dashboard maintenance, and assisting with the annual caseload collection process.

Before joining the AOC in November of 2022, Alexis worked as an intern in Revenue Accounting at Norfolk Southern in Atlanta. Ms. Bell holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Berry College. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Data Analytics and Communication from Agnes Scott College.

Alexis Bell

Research Analyst I

Alexis Bell is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts. She is primarily responsible for fulfilling research requests, dashboard maintenance, and assisting with the annual caseload collection process.

Before joining the AOC in November of 2022, Alexis worked as an intern in Revenue Accounting at Norfolk Southern in Atlanta. Ms. Bell holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Berry College. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Data Analytics and Communication from Agnes Scott College.

Dylan Long is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council of Georgia / Administrative Office of the Courts. His primary responsibilities include assisting with the annual caseload collection process, fulfilling research requests, and aiding with caseload dashboards.

Before joining the AOC, Dylan worked as a Contract Data Analyst for the ARPA Committee. In December of 2023, Dylan became a full-time Research Analyst. Mr. Long holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems with an area of emphasis in Data Analytics from the University of Georgia.

Dylan Long

Research Analyst I

Dylan Long

Research Analyst I

Dylan Long is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council of Georgia / Administrative Office of the Courts. His primary responsibilities include assisting with the annual caseload collection process, fulfilling research requests, and aiding with caseload dashboards.

Before joining the AOC, Dylan worked as a Contract Data Analyst for the ARPA Committee. In December of 2023, Dylan became a full-time Research Analyst. Mr. Long holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems with an area of emphasis in Data Analytics from the University of Georgia.

Eric Miner

Research Analyst I

Eric Miner is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts. He is primarily responsible for assisting the implementation of initiatives such as Justice Counts and the National Open Court Data Standards.

Prior to joining the AOC in 2023, Eric worked as a Research Analyst in the private sector. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Kennesaw State University and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Data Science and Analytics.

Eric Miner

Research Analyst I

Eric Miner is a Research Analyst I for the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts. He is primarily responsible for assisting the implementation of initiatives such as Justice Counts and the National Open Court Data Standards.

Prior to joining the AOC in 2023, Eric worked as a Research Analyst in the private sector. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Kennesaw State University and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Data Science and Analytics.

Contact us at casecount@georgiacourts.gov and for research requests click here.

Contact us at casecount@georgiacourts.gov and for research requests click here.