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Hamilton County, OH May 4, 2010 Election
Judge; Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division; Democratic Party Voter Information

6 Year Term.

Responsibilities: To rule in cases involving persons under 18 years of age. The Juvenile Court has authority in cases of delinquency, unruliness, juvenile traffic offenses, abuse, neglect and dependency.

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Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Daniel J. Donnellon Click here for more information about this candidate

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Trial Attorney
  • Over 20 years in active trial litigation
  • Adjunct Professor Univ. of Cinti. College of Law
  • Published Author of Legal Text
  • twice named to list "Ohio's Top Lawyers"
  • Juvenile Magistrate City of Deer Park
  • Rehabilitation over Incarceration
  • Keep Juvenile offenders in School and School Activities
  • Treat the problems that result in Abuse or Neglect of Children
Tracie M. Hunter Click here for more information about this candidate
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Lawyer 17 years
  • I have represented youth and adults in criminal and civil legal matters.
  • I served Pro Kids as an Attorney Guardian Ad Litem.
  • I am the Senior Pastor of the Western Hills Brethren In Christ Church.
  • I pioneered the oldest urban inspirational radio station in Cincinnati.
  • I received the YMCA Character award.
  • I am on the Board of the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission.
  • Rehabilitation- Implement training components designed to eliminate destructive behavior.
  • Education-Implement educational components leading to increased graduation rates and lower repeat offender rates.
  • Application-Implement sentencing components leading to successful reentry into the school, workforce and community.

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