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Domestic Relations Court Employs Criminal
Despite a criminal history, the Domestic Relations Division of the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court continues to employ Michole Brigham.
Michole Lenethia Brigham of 525 Westwood Avenue in Dayton has a problem with the law. Unfortunately, she works where the law is supposed to be upheld. Dayton Police record an arrest and booking as far back as 1991 for disorderly conduct. Police records also indicate an arrest in 1993 for felonious assault. Her most recent criminal record challenges her qualifications as a court employee.
On December 23, 1997 she was charged with three criminal offenses: obstructing of official business, criminal trespass, and disorderly conduct. While obstructing official business is not an ideal characteristic of a court employee, her case demonstrates the impotence of the judicial system.
Despite her daily presence at the Dayton-Montgomery County Courts Building as an employee, two separate bench warrants were issued. Two and a half years after the initial charge, Michole Brigham was found in contempt for failing to pay fines. It was not until over another year had passed that Michole paid off court costs of only $290.
Michole has been certified as a notary for the state of Ohio (#2005-RE-95035, that certificate expired 3/9/2010).
Court records indicate that Michole has also been found guilty of a speeding violation.
Further information can be obtained from the Clerk of the Dayton Municipal Court. These records are available online from daytonmunicipalcourt.org
Criminal charges and cases involving Michole Brigham:
722122 Disorderly conduct
93-17639 Felonious assault
97CRB01597 Obstructing official business; criminal trespassing; disorderly conduct