To the Editor: Former Perrysburg chief supports Ohanian
Written by Joseph Brainard   
Saturday, 04 May 2013 08:25
I have 28 years experience in the justice system in the Perrysburg Municipal Court as the Chief Bailiff and Probation Officer, and 6 years as a Police Officer of the Perrysburg Police Department. I have seen many attorneys in action as both prosecutors and defense attorneys. I also worked with many judges during my time at the Perrysburg Municipal Court. I had the privilege of working with Aram Ohanian when he started at the Perrysburg Municipal Court as an intern in 1992, and through his time at the Public Defenders' office.
Aram has always shown himself to be fair and unbiased. He worked very diligently as a defense attorney to ensure that those he represented had a fair chance to present their side of the case.
Aram's demeanor was always very professional and he proved to be very knowledgeable of the law in any area form minor misdemeanor charges like traffic violations, petty thefts and snagging walleye up to severe felony cases such as drug charges, assaults and domestic violence.
I have come to know Aram and his family very well over the years. He is a very family oriented man. He is dedicated to his community and has served as a Cub Scout leader, he coaches soccer and basketball for his kids teams, and is a great supporter of the schools and our educational programs within the schools. He worked hard in bringing the community together for the Going the Extra Mile event last August.
I have followed Aram's career after he joined the Wood County Prosecutor's Office. He has worked very hard as a prosecutor, handling thousands of cases in the Perrysburg Municipal Court and in Bowling Green Municipal Court and Wood County Common Pleas Court. He has worked hard at combating domestic violence and helping families affected by domestic violence and substance abuse. He has done a great job for the people of our community.
Having known Aram Ohanian for the past 22 years, I can honestly say that he is the best candidate for judge at the Perrysburg Municipal Court.
Aram Ohanian's extensive experience in the Perrysburg Municipal Court, his unwavering integrity and his commitment to making the judicial system one that serve all members of our community in a fair and impartial manner makes him the one that deserves your vote on May 7 in the Republican primary election.
Joseph Brainard

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