|To the Editor: County agency chair praises Mack|
|Written by Judy Ennis|
|Wednesday, 24 April 2013 10:24|
I have never written a letter to the editor before, but I feel so strongly that Molly Mack is an exceptional attorney and would be the Perrysburg Municipal Court Judge who would truly make us proud of our judiciary system.
Mack was appointed by the Wood County Prosecutor's Office to represent the Wood County Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Services Board (ADAMHS) as our legal counsel.
Statistics show that one in four Americans will suffer from a mental health disturbance this year; that over 70 percent of our jail population has mental health, drug and alcohol addiction problems. We now have, in Wood County, the opportunity to elect an individual as a municipal court judge who has provided legal counsel for the ADAMHS Board.
Why would anyone not want to have a judge who truly understands one of the fastest-growing, yet most misunderstood issues of our decade?
As our counsel, she has given the ADAMHS Board outstanding legal guidance as it attempts to be an agent of change. She is able to examine the legality of an issue, and yet still see the human side. Her advice is always presented in a straightforward manner that is easy to understand for lay people. She has worked with the board through complex contracts, personnel issues, and making sure we are in compliance with the Ohio Revised Code.
Her work ethic is tireless.
Her ability to grasp the facts in a clear and concise manner and to answer questions presented to her with a legal but human side would serve well the citizens of the Perrysburg Municipal Court jurisdiction. She can be tough, but is always fair-minded.
I would urge everyone to vote on May 7th for Mack as your Perrysburg Municipal Court Judge.
Wood County ADAMHS Board
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