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Lorain Judge Boros to Lead Juvenile Court Judges in 2014

Images of Ohio Association of Court Judges 2014 officers

Top row from left: Judge Debra L. Boros (president), Judge Matthew P. Puskarich (president-elect), and Judge Kathleen Dobrozsi Romans (treasurer). Bottom row from left: Judge Robert C. DeLamatre (secretary) and Judge Anthony Capizzi (immediate past president).

Images of Ohio Association of Court Judges 2014 officers

Top row from left: Judge Debra L. Boros (president), Judge Matthew P. Puskarich (president-elect), and Judge Kathleen Dobrozsi Romans (treasurer). Bottom row from left: Judge Robert C. DeLamatre (secretary) and Judge Anthony Capizzi (immediate past president).

The Ohio Association of Juvenile Court Judges didn’t wait for its annual winter conference business meeting this week to elect officers for 2014. The group announced the results last week and elected Lorain County Domestic Relations/Juvenile Court Judge Debra L. Boros to serve as president.

Re-elected in 2010 to another six-year term on the bench, Judge Boros first joined the court in 1999. Previously, she worked as an assistant prosecutor in the Lorain County Prosecutor’s Office for 10 years. She earned her law degree from Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1988 and was admitted to the Ohio bar later that year.

“I look forward to working with Ohio’s juvenile court judges and Ohio leadership to positively impact the issues affecting the judiciary, the state, and families and children in Ohio,” Judge Boros said.
Additional association officers include:

  • Harrison County Probate/Juvenile Court Judge Matthew P. Puskarich, president-elect
  • Butler County Juvenile Court Judge Kathleen Dobrozsi Romans, treasurer
  • Erie County Juvenile Court Judge Robert C. DeLamatre, secretary
  • Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Anthony Capizzi, immediate past president

The association consists of common pleas judges having juvenile court jurisdiction. The association promotes their common business interests and provides leadership for a just and effective juvenile court system throughout the state of Ohio. The association also addresses issues affecting juvenile abuse, dependency, and neglect; unruly juveniles (status offenders); and juvenile delinquency, as well as court administration aspects of these issues.

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