Clermont County Municipal Court Administrative Judge James Shriver is the recipient of the 2009 C.J. McLin Award, presented by the Ohio Justice Alliance for Community Corrections (OJACC).
The award is named after the late Ohio Representative C.J. McLin, Jr., who worked tirelessly in the General Assembly to improve community corrections through funding and legislative change. Judge Shriver was recognized for establishing and presiding over Ohio’s first OVI (Operating a Vehicle Impaired) Court.
He was nominated for the award, “as a result of his demonstrated commitment and leadership in the judicial field and his willingness to help and renew an interest in problem-solving courts.”