Thank you Franklin County for Electing Me Judge in the Tenth District Court of Appeals!
A VOTE FOR JAMISON = A VOTE FOR JUSTICE!
Voters often ask what my judicial philosophy is. When I think of this question, I think of Congresswoman Shirley Chisolm and her quote "Unbossed and Unbought". It is my philosophy that a judge should not be swayed by public opinion nor swayed by campaign contributions. When I make decisions, first, I look to the legislative intent when the legislation was introduced. In this world we have to consider that legislation oftentimes has unintended consequences and impacts our constituency far differently than the intent. However, the judicial branch is to interpret the legislation, not write legislation. And deciding conflicts between courts is the job of a superior court. Judicial decisions must be fair, well-reasoned and written in language that the ordinary reader can understand. We do not write opinions for lawyers but, opinions are written for the parties they represent. Service is the rent we pay for being! I want to continue to serve you -- Judge Terri Jamison
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National Association of Social Workers Ohio Region 5 named Judge Terri Jamison Elected Official of the Year. She is slated to be recognized at their annual meeting at a date to be determined. The recognition will be done virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions on crowd numbers.
Jamison stated, "it is wonderful to be recognized for pouring into the lives of others and doing a job you love. I will treasure this award as I move to the next chapter of my life at the Tenth District Court of Appeals."
A Franklin County Juvenile Court judge defeated a three-term incumbent for a judgeship on the county appeals court.
"I think I am qualified to do the job and voters of Franklin County have elected me twice before. I believe they have confidence in me. I thank God for every time someone chooses me," Jamison said.
Judge Jamison endorsed by NASW-Ohio Chapter for making opportunities for students from Ohio State College of Social Work to intern at Franklin County Domestic Relations-Juvenile Court in various departments. The interns contributed to the growth of the Compass Program, working with unemployed parents who owe child support linking them to community partners.
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