If you have not already seen the Court's Press Release, Judge John Russo was unanimously elected as the new Administrative Judge of the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court. He will start his term in January, where his responsibilities will include presiding over the docket and working on Court policies. The Court's Press Release provides a great snapshot of Judge Russo's background, education and extensive involvement in the legal community. When commenting on his upcoming roles, Judge Russo was quoted as saying:
“I am excited about leading the Court forward in a collaborative approach with those involved in
the Justice System. I want the opportunity to have a positive working relationship with all the
work force that makes up the General Division of the Court of Common Pleas."
Yesterday, a deer broke into the Trumbull County, Ohio Law Library. It crashed through the Library window at about 10:30 a.m. and stayed there for about 10 minutes until local deputies, police officers and the animal control officer arrived to snare it with a loop usually used to capture stray dogs. No one was injured except the deer, which suffered some cuts and possibly a broken leg. Click here for a picture.
Have you ever worried about losing your smartphone and all of your data? Neil J. Rubenking writes in PCMag.com "...your smartphone has nearly as much computing power as that PC (more, if the PC is really old), and opportunities for smartphone loss or theft are almost limitless." His article, How to Keep Your Smartphone Safe, shows you how to protect both your iPhone or Android device and the personal data it contains.