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The Summit County Juvenile Court has jurisdiction over all juvenile traffic cases within Summit County. These cases can range in severity from a stop sign violation to vehicular homicide offense. Traffic Court is held Tuesday-Thursday evenings from 5:00pm-7:30pm.

Magistrate Daniel Cody

Magistrate Daniel Cody was born in Columbus Ohio and received a B.A. in History in 1970 and a 

B.S.Ed. in Secondary Social Studies Education in 1973 from The Ohio State University. Cody attended old St. Charles College in Columbus (now closed). He has completed graduate work at the St. Meinrad School of Theology and Kent State University. From 1973-to 1988 he was a teacher, coach, athletic director and admissions director at Archbishop Hoban High School. He is a graduate of the University of Akron School of Law in 1990.

Upon graduation from law school he was a judicial clerk for the Hon. Mary Cacioppo and Hon. Joseph Cirigliano at the Ohio Ninth District Court of Appeals. He was an appellate attorney at Jacobson Maynard Tuschman and Kalur until 1993 when he entered private practice in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury and criminal law. He joined with Michael Djordjevic in 1995 and practiced law in the area of medical malpractice until 2015. He joined the staff at Juvenile Court in 2011 as a Magistrate, administering the juvenile traffic docket. He now maintains the traffic docket and cases in the area of dependency, neglect and abuse.

He is a member of the Akron and Ohio State Bar Association and also belongs to the Ohio Association of Magistrates. He has been a bar exam grader for the Ohio Supreme Court. A former member of the Archbishop Hoban High School Board of Trustees he also served as a board member and past president of the University of Akron Law Alumni Association (2000-2001), and is a life member of the Ohio State University Alumni Association. He currently serves as legal advisor for the Archbishop Hoban Mock Trial team and Moot Court teams, programs he started back in 1984 while teaching at the school.

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