Contempt of court day

In March Judge Cooperrider and the juvenile court staff held contempt of court day for all youth and parents who owed fines, court costs and restitution to the court. Judge Cooperrider holds contempt of court day once or twice a year. It was a very successful day for the court and for the county as some of the funds go into the general fund of the county. The program brought in approximately $4,500. From left are probation officers Jeff York, Mendy Boley and Gary Martin, court administrator Martina Brown, juvenile court clerks Melissa Mohler, Sherri Burgess and Alycia Baker and Judge Luann Cooperrier, Probate and Juvenile Judge for Perry County.

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