Common Pleas Court Services
The Court Administrator, under the direction of the Judges, is responsible for overseeing the non-judicial functions of the Court, including the Administrative Office and the Jury Commission. The Court Administrator’s office implements administrative policies of the Court, provides budget management, strategic planning, purchasing and human resource management.
Brandy N. Hartman, Court Administrator
Counsel Seeking Criminal Case Appointment
The Common Pleas Court has adopted an application form for counsel seeking to receive appointments to represent indigent criminal defendants. Completed forms should be returned to the Court Administrator. Counsel are urged to review the regulations contained in OAC Chapter 120-1.
Appointed Counsel Application Form & Instructions
OAC 121-1-10 Attorney Qualifications for County Reimbursement: Felonies, Capital Cases, Adult Appeals
Instructions for submission of Appointed Counsel Fees
BCC Resolution establishing fee schedule for appointed counsel