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Hamilton County, OH March 7, 2000 Election
Judge; Court of Common Pleas; 6 Year Term Starting 4/1/01

6 Year Term. Salary $83,014

To preside at trials of both civil and criminal cases; to supervise the jury commission, grand jury and other departments of the court

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Dennis S. Helmick 67,637 votes 100.00%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Judge, Municipal Court
  • B.S. Xavier University 1969; J.D. University of Cincinnati 1972
  • My qualifications for the office of Hamilton County Common PleasCourt Judge include:
  • ten and a half years as a prosecutor,
  • seven years as a defense counsel,
  • sevens years as an assistant attorney general,
  • and ten years as a Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge.
  • My foremost priority is the fair, orderly and efficient administration of justice.
  • I will also encourage early alternative dispute resolution, mediation, and settlement.
  • Finally, professionalism and civility will also be priorities in my courtroom.
Richard A. Niehaus 39,164 votes 100.00%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Common Pleas Judge
  • Education: A.B. Georgetown, J.D. Chase, Masters U.N.- Reno
  • Attorney 29 years
  • Former Assistant City Solicitor
  • Former Ohio Assistant Attorney General
  • Former Municipal Court Judge Hamilton County
  • Common Pleas Court Judge past 21 years, 1979 to present

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