The Court is a serious and dignified place. You must behave accordingly. Respect is to be paid to the Judge, Magistrates and all Court personnel. When the Judge or Magistrate enters the courtroom you should stand up until you are told to be seated. You must be quiet and attentive in Court. Speak only when directed to do so by the Judge or Magistrate. The proceedings are digitally recorded , so speak clearly.
Proper Attire Is Required
This means modest, clean and appropriate clothing. Do not wear shorts, flip flops, midriff tops, miniskirts, tube tops, torn jeans, t-shirts, etc.
Remove all facial piercings before coming to Court.
No gum chewing is permitted in the courtroom.
Food and beverages are not permitted in the courtroom.
Be on time to Court.
Judge Kevin W. Dunn presides over both the Medina County Probate Court and the Medina County Juvenile Court. The Juvenile court covers juvenile delinquency, juvenile traffic, child abuse and neglect matters. The Probate court covers matters involving estates, guardianship, adoptions and marriages.
Judge Kevin W. Dunn