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Judge Thomas J. Doerr

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President Judge

Common Pleas
 
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  • Judge
  • President Judge
    Butler County
  • President Judge
    Butler County Common Pleas
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» Regional News
www.kittanningpaper.com, 1 Sept 2014 [cached]
There also are interviews with eight different county judges - including Butler County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Thomas J. Doerr and seven other Court of Common Pleas judges from across the state of Pennsylvania.
Pro Bono News | Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network
www.palegalaid.net, 23 Sept 2014 [cached]
President Judge Thomas J. Doerr, Butler County Court of Common Pleas
NewsCentral.tv
www.wpgh53.com, 16 Aug 2003 [cached]
Fifty-six-year-old Robert Atkinson, of Brackenridge, is scheduled to appear before Butler County Judge Thomas Doerr this morning.
The Attorney General's office says he could be sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Prosecutors say Atkinson ran the scam to pay gambling debts.
More than 30 of Atkinson's victims were age 60 or older, and each of those cases require he spend at least a year in prison under state law.
Butler County President Judge ...
www.wjactv.com, 17 Dec 2012 [cached]
Butler County President Judge Thomas Doerr's Sunday court order affecting the Butler Area School District and another for police in the South Butler County School District, both about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh, were first reported by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Butler County to monitor drug abusers on probation
www.post-gazette.com, 29 Sept 2005 [cached]
At the recommendation of Butler County Common Pleas President Judge Thomas Doerr, the county salary board voted 4-1 in favor of creating a new probation officer position with a pay of $17.67 an hour, plus benefits and retirement.
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Doerr said the county has about 160 people on electronic monitoring on any given day.He said the house-arrest program is a money saver to the county, which is struggling with jail crowding.The price tag for housing overflow prisoners at out-of-county facilities has hovered around $1 million the past several years.
While the county has to pay the salaries of the probation officers who supervise those on house arrest, Doerr said the client pays a $30 monthly supervision fee plus an electronic-monitoring fee of $10 to $15 a day, depending on the type of unit used.
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Doerr said he could not have implemented the new program without boosting probation office staff, noting that the department staff supervises about 3,300 people.
The new program will run through June 30.
Commissioners said they would not commit to funding the two new positions after the state grant is spent.
Doerr and Carmine Scotece, director of human resources and supervisor of the new case manager, will reapply for state funding next year if the program is successful.
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