The Court’s community control programs are considered to be among Ohio’s most innovative. If you are found guilty of a traffic or criminal misdemeanor, and part of your sentence includes probation, you will be assigned to one of the Court’s Community Control Officers.
These programs ensure that defendants are adhering to their court orders (AA, anger management counseling, parenting classes, etc.) and in some cases can allow defendants to avoid jail time.
Underage Alcohol Diversion Program
If you are facing a conviction for underage alcohol, you may be eligible for the Underage Alcohol Diversion Program. Learn more about the program here.
Minor Marijuana Offense Diversion Program
If you are a minor and are facing a conviction for a marijuana offense, you may be eligible for the Minor Marijuana Offense Diversion Program. Learn more about it here.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
If you have been ordered to attend AA meetings, you can find one in your area here. The Court’s 12-Step / AA Meeting Documentation Sheet can be downloaded here.
Getting Your Record Sealed
A criminal record may be sealed so that it is not available to the public. The statutes relating to sealing of records are found in Section 2953 of the Ohio Revised Code. While it is believed the following information is accurate, you should consult an Ohio attorney to help you with the sealing process.
Learn more and download the Application to Seal Records here.
For more information, you can contact your Community Control Officer through the Court’s Community Control Department at (330) 564-4199