OREGON — Ogle County Circuit Judge John B. Roe, IV has been appointed to the Supreme Court Committee on Juvenile Courts.
The Supreme Court Committee on Juvenile Courts (the committee) is tasked with reviewing and making recommendations on matters affecting juvenile law and juvenile courts, including child protection and delinquency systems. The committee will review, analyze and examine the impact of legislation and case law as it relates to juvenile law and procedures and any aspect of the juvenile court process.
“I am honored to be selected to serve on the Supreme Court Committee on Juvenile Courts,” Roe stated. “I look forward to the opportunity to improve the effectiveness of the juvenile court system as a whole.”
15th Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Robert Hanson nominated Judge Roe for the Supreme Court Committee and was quite pleased Judge Roe was selected over other qualified judges.
“I am very confident Judge Roe’s appointment to the Supreme Court Committee on Juvenile Courts will be of great assistance to the Supreme Court as they address Juvenile Court issues,” Judge Hanson said.