Summit County Common Pleas Court Elects Judge Amy Corrigall Jones 2022 Administrative Judge and Judge Alison Breaux Selected as 2022 Presiding Judge and U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs has awarded $1,175,000 in grant funding to support the Summit County Valor Court and Hope Court initiatives.

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U.S. Attorney’s Office Announces More than $1.1 Million Awarded to Specialized Court Dockets in Summit County

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Updated Covid-19 Administrative Order – December 10, 2021

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The mission of the Summit County Turning Point Program is to improve the overall quality of life in our community by providing effective court-supervision and enhanced treatment services for substance dependent felony offenders, in an effort to change their behaviors and reduce their risk to the community..

The Turning Point Program is a special court given the responsibility to handle cases involving drug-using/abusing, non-violent offenders, through immediate comprehensive supervision, drug testing, and treatment services, as well as immediate sanctions and incentives.

This Program brings the full weight and co-operative effort of all interveners, namely: judge, prosecutor, defense counsel, substance abuse treatment specialists, law enforcement, correctional personnel, educational and vocational experts, and other community persons, to bear, forcing the offender to deal with his or her substance abuse problems.

Program Description 2019
Participant Handbook 2019
Participant Agreement 2019