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Hamilton County, OH November 8, 2005 Election
Judge; Hamilton County Municipal Court; District 7 Voter Information

6 Year Term. Salary: $106,000

Has original jurisdiction in civil cases (auto, neighborhood disputes etc.) involving claims of $15,000 or under, and in criminal cases involving misdemeanors in Hamilton County. Conducts preliminary hearings in felony cases.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Lisa C. Allen Click here for more information about this candidate 17,809 votes 73.65%

  • Occupation: Judge
  • Neighborhood: Western Hamilton County
  • Education: BA in History and Education,1980 Ohio Northern University; Juris Doctorate degree 1983 Ohio Northern
  • Former Assistant Prosecutor, City of Cincinnati, Former Magistrate, Village of Cleves Mayor's Court
  • Former Magistrate, Hamilton County Municipal Court
  • 1999 Winner of Outstanding Prosecution Award, Queen City FOP Lodge 69
  • Mother of 2 children, Michael (Elder Class of 2005) and Cora (Our Mother of Mercy class of 2008)
  • Fair and firm administration of justice
  • Attention to the rights of victims of crime as well as rights of the accused
  • Consideration of the quality of life issues facing our community
Jonathan P. Dameron Click here for more information about this candidate 6,372 votes 26.35%
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • Neighborhood: Golf Manor
  • Education: B.S. - Marketing, 1987, Northern Ky. University J.D., 1991, Salmon P. Chase College of Law
  • Admitted to the Bar/Licensed to practice law in Ohio since 1991
  • Partner, Schuh & Goldberg LLP
  • Former member - Board of Trustees, Cincinnati Bar Association
  • Married 14 years, two beautiful, healthy, happy daughters ages 2 and 4
  • Make our communities safer by keeping police on the street instead of waiting in court
  • Limit the time victims and witnesses spend waiting in court
  • Reduce crime by sentencing appropriately

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