Judge Dabulskis handles juvenile and probate court matters.
FAQ Topic: Juvenile Court
This can be a complicated situation — generally requiring Family Circuit Court involvement. Please contact the Family Court resource person, Julie Proffitt, at (541) 506-2707, for questions around private custody dealings.
Sherman County Ordinance #3-07-96 states that no minor 13 years old and under shall be out after 10 p.m., and no minor 14 and older shall be out from midnight to 4 a.m.. The Cities within Sherman County have discretion to enforce their own curfews, as well as noise and nuisance policies.
Yes. The caseload varies, but the Department consistently handles both drug violations and crimes from serious sex offenses to theft. Resources include supervision, drug testing, community service, fines, referrals, and case management.
Probably not. In Oregon, a youth can only be detained for certain reasons: committing a violent crime on a person, committing a felony or A-level misdemeanor, not appearing for Court, or violating formal probation/conditions of release.
The Juvenile Director at the Sherman County Juvenile Court can refer you to the appropriate service: “We have local access to youth mental health and drug and alcohol services, as well as several teams that co-manage behavior issues,” says Juvenile Director Amber DeGrange. “Please give me a call at (541) 565-3461 and I’ll go over … Continued
County juvenile court provides sanctions and services to youth ages 12-17 that are referred for law violations by law enforcement agencies. This court is at the Sherman County Courthouse, 500 Court Street in Moro. Learn more at the County Juvenile Court page.
The Prevention Program works closely with the Sherman County School District, Juvenile Court, and Sheriff’s Office — as well as other government and non-government agencies — to provide information and alternative activities for the youth of Sherman County. To become involved, see the job descriptions and applications at the bottom of the Prevention page.
The Sherman County Prevention Program is a county program that provides educational information to the public and youth regarding unsafe and unhealthy behaviors. It is the long-term goal of the program to 1) decrease youth consumption of drugs and alcohol, 2) increase local awareness of illegal drug and alcohol use, and 3) decrease dangerous and … Continued