Medina County Courthouse

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Medina County Adult Probation Department Report for November, 2010

Medina County Chief Probation Officer Veronica Perry reports that courtrooms of Judge Christopher J. Collier and Judge James L. Kimbler made the following assignments and referrals to her department in November, 2010:

There were 9 intensive supervised probation assignments with Judge Collier making 7 and Judge Kimbler making 2.

There were 26 general supervision assignments with Judge Collier making 12 and Judge Kimbler making 14.

There were 9 community service referrals with Judge Collier making 2 and Judge Kimbler making 7.

Judge Kimbler referred 1 probationer to home incarceration with electronic monitoring.

Judge Collier referred 1 defendant to the Department’s bond reporting officer.

There were 35 presentence investigation referrals with Judge Collier making 12 and Judge KImbler making 23.

Judge Kimbler referred 2 defendants for intervention in lieu of conviction reports.

Judge Kimbler referred 5 defendants to see if they were eligible to have their convictions expunged.

Judge Kimbler referred 1 defendant for a determination as to whether that defendant qualified for his mental health docket.

Editor’s Note: The references to Judge Kimbler above refer to assignments and referrals coming out of his courtroom. For most of November, Judge Kimbler was on medical leave and there were visiting judges handling his docket. Judge Kimbler resumed work on Monday, November 29, 2010.

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