A BRIGHTER FUTURE
Judge Hunt Gwyn
Trusted. Proven. Experienced.
- As a graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Hunt Gwyn first came to Union County in May of 1987 to accept a job as an Assistant District Attorney in the District Attorney's Office. At the time, he was single and anxious to begin work. The position he'd accepted was to be his first as an attorney.
- Thirty-two years and four grandchildren later, Hunt is now a Superior Court Judge. He lives in Unionville with his wife of 24 years, Jana, and their two grandchildren Bayleigh and Dillon.
- As the current Resident Superior Court Judge for Union County, Judge Gwyn has successfully presided over a variety of jury trials to verdict, including Robbery, Child Abduction, Contract Disputes, Assault, Burglary, Rape, Kidnapping, and Libel & Slander.
- Judge Gwyn served as a Union County District Court Judge for nineteen years before becoming a Superior Court Judge. He was named Chief District Court Judge in 2011. In his time as a District Court Judge, he has heard and presided over hundreds of cases.
- A former runner of the Cooper River Bridge Run, he now enjoys tent camping, kayaking, and spending time with his family and dogs. Judge Gwyn can often be seen in the early morning hours, making his way through the car rider line at Piedmont Middle School.
- As a former Assistant District Attorney of thirteen years, Hunt worked diligently as an advocate of crime victims and their families and continues to enjoy the support and friendship of many men and women within the law enforcement community.