Failure to abide by the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure, the Ohio Rules of Juvenile Procedure, or the Rules of Practice of the Brown County Juvenile Court may result in the imposition of sanctions. Sanctions that may be imposed include but are not limited to the following:
- A case may commence without counsel, be continued, or be dismissed, as the Court deems appropriate.
- The Court may order security personnel to remove persons from the courtroom, hallway, or building.
- The Court may impose fines and/or incarceration pursuant to a finding of contempt.
- The Court may remove a person’s name from the list of those eligible for appointment as counsel or Guardian Ad Litem.