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Court Earns Recognition

Submitted Photo On behalf of the Third Judicial Circuit, Presiding Judge Jack E. Peace and Judge Samuel Frank accepted the Daniel O’Toole and Permanency awards, presented by Supreme Court Judge Paul C. Wilson and Deputy State Courts Administrator Karen Messerli during a special ceremony on Monday morning at the Mercer County Courthouse in Princeton. The O’Toole Award is given to circuits for efficiently managing and processing cases during fiscal 2012. The Permanency Award is given to circuits for successfully holding timely hearings during fiscal 2012 in child abuse and neglect cases in which children removed from their homes are to be reunited with their families or are to be placed in another permanent home as soon as possible. This is the eighth time the Third Circuit, which includes Grundy, Harrison, Mercer and Putnam counties, has received the O’Toole Award and the second time the Third Circuit has received the Permanency Award. Pictured are, from left, Judge Frank, Susan Koenen, Shirley Brockmeyer, Shelley Willis, Julie Humphrey, Tammy Crouse, Dana Smith, Brandi Horton, Nikki Hinkle, Seth Oaks, Jennifer Krohn-Siemer, Judge Wilson, Ryan Williams, Tocarra Williams, Judge Peace, Becky Hall (behind Judge Peace), Lindsay Creason, Rebecca Shields (behind), Emily Riley, Tyler Mason (behind), Karen VanMeter, Kimberly Valbracht, Jenny Minnis and Chad Smith.

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On behalf of the Third Judicial Circuit, Presiding Judge Jack E. Peace and Judge Samuel Frank accepted the Daniel O’Toole and Permanency awards, presented by Supreme Court Judge Paul C. Wilson and Deputy State Courts Administrator Karen Messerli during a special ceremony on Monday morning at the Mercer County Courthouse in Princeton. The O’Toole Award is given to circuits for efficiently managing and processing cases during fiscal 2012.

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