Honorable Charlotte Coleman Eufinger
Juvenile Court Judge
Chief Deputy Clerk
Court Administrator and Chief Probation Officer
UNION COUNTY JUVENILE COURT
The Ohio Revised Code defines the purposes and mission of the Juvenile Court in Section 215 1.01 and 2152.01 as:
A. To provide for the care, protection, and mental and physical development of children.
B. Protect the public interest and safety, hold juvenile offenders accountable for their actions, restore the victim, and rehabilitate juvenile offenders;
C. To achieve the foregoing purposes, whenever possible, in a family environment, separating the child from its parents only when necessary for his welfare or in the interests of public safety;
D. To provide judicial procedures through which Chapter 215 1 and 2152. Of the Revised Code are executed and enforced, and in which parties are assured of a fair hearing, and their constitutional and other legal rights are recognized and enforced.
MATTERS HANDLED BY THE UNION COUNTY JUVENILE COURT:
- JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
- JUVENILE TRAFFIC OFFENSES
- STATUS OFFENSES (UNRULINESS)
- JUVENILE TOBACCO
- OFFENSES DEPENDENCY, NEGLECT AND ABUSE PERMANENT CUSTODY
- PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES (CUSTODY, COMPANIONSHIP, AND SUPPORT ISSUES)
- PARENTAGE ACTIONS REGARDING PARENTS' FAILURE TO SEND KIDS TO SCHOOL
- CONTRIBUTING BY AN ADULT
* The Juvenile Court does not provide forms and cannot provide legal advice.
THE JUVENILE PROBATION DEPARTMENT is entrusted by our community to serve and support the youth and families of Union County. We commit to assist in the development of today’s youth in becoming tomorrow’s leaders and productive citizens through a proactive approach in utilizing:
- Community Services
- Family Support and Guidance
---Setting guidelines and expectations to promote the acceptance of responsibility for their actions.