From The Lyndhurst Municipal Court
Released: 1/27/2012
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On December 1, 2011 Judge Mary Kaye Bozza and her staff welcomed guests from each community in the jurisdiction, to an open house in order to showcase the new Court Annex located on the lower level of Lyndhurst City Municipal Center. As part of the celebration, Judge Mary Kaye Bozza was administered her Oath of Office as Municipal Judge by Judge Anthony J. Russo of Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Probate Division. Judge Bozza has now begun her third term in office commencing January 1, 2012.
In addition to the Court tour of the new facility, Judge Mary Kaye Bozza introduced her personal security bailiff, Sophia, a four legged black and tan German shepherd. Sophia was particularly selected for Judge Bozza by the Breeder for protection.
Judge Mary Kaye Bozza continues to educate the community through her Make the Right Choice Programs, various community speaking engagements and an open invitation to any teachers wanting to schedule field trips to the Court. Richmond Heights High School teacher and Junior Class Advisor, Keith Manos took advantage of this opportunity in November and brought 60 students to the Court to observe a Court session. The students found the experience very interesting and informative. They particularly appreciated the time Judge Bozza spent at the end of the court session, answering their questions.
Judge Bozza also spoke to the senior residents of Sherri Park Apartments in November and the 32nd Club Masonic Order in December. When speaking to these groups, the Judge covers safety senior topics, informs the audience about the court room dramas and answers their questions about the law.
The next Men's "Make the Right Choice" Community Outreach Program is scheduled for Friday February 24, and the Women's Program is scheduled for Friday March 23, 2012. Both programs begin at 9:30am and are held at the Lyndhurst Community Center at 1341 Parkview Drive. The programs usually last for 3 hours and lunch is included. The topics at these meetings cover the medical, psychological and legal consequences of alcohol and substance abuse. There is no fee for these educational programs and they are open to the public. For Information call Patti at 440 461-6500 extension 205.

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