Carl F. Meding, Bailiff – Warrant Enforcement
William Saus, Deputy Bailiff – Judge’s Bailiff, Driving Privileges
Patricia Lavery, Deputy Bailiff – Magistrate’s Bailiff, Driving Privileges
David Ellinger, Deputy Bailiff – Service of Civil Papers, Evictions and Attachments
Kimberly Province, Deputy Bailiff – General Duties, Driving Privileges
If the judge or magistrate has approved driving privileges for defendants under a driver’s license suspension, the bailiffs will interview the defendant to get details of the defendant’s employment and work schedule. These interviews are conducted on a first-come, first-served, basis Monday through Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. There is a sign-up sheet in the lobby.
Warrant bailiffs follow up on cases where a warrant has been issued. If you have any information regarding the location of a defendant, contact a warrant bailiff via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, call the warrant hotline at (330) 722-5870, or call your local police department.
The bailiffs handle court security. If you have a concern about security in a case, contact the bailiff’s office at (330) 723-3287, and press 7.