About Me

Jack Mallard received his Law Degree from Woodrow Wilson College of Law, and was admitted to the Georgia State Bar in 1966.  He began his career in Law as an Assistant District Attorney in the Atlanta Office in 1967.  He was a prosecutor in Fulton, Cobb, and Forsyth counties during a 40 year span, and retired in 2007.  During that period, he prosecuted hundreds of high profile and capital murder cases.  Jack was appointed and served on the Georgia Organized Crime Prevention Council (1972-1981), the Board of Directors, National District Attorneys' Association (1990-1998), and was selected by his peers as Assistant District Attorney of the Year (1995).  He was the recipient of the Governor's Public Safety Award (2001). 

After retirement, Jack wrote and published his first book, "The Atlanta Child Murders:  the Night Stalker" (2009), based upon his prosecution of Wayne B. Williams in 1982.  His second book, "Two Faces of a Serial Rapist" (2012) was based upon a case he prosecuted in 1992 in Cobb County. 

Jack was born and reared on a farm near Jesup, Georgia - one of eight children.  He served four years in the U.S. Air Force.  He and wife, Becky, now live north of Atlanta in retirement. 

 

 

 

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