DAYTON — Montgomery County Prosecuting Attorney Mat Heck, Jr. announced that Thomas J. Brodbeck and Thomas R. Schutzman have each been appointed to the position of assistant Montgomery County prosecuting attorney.
Brodbeck received his law degree from the University of Dayton School of Law in 2015. He received his undergrad degree from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio in 2012, majoring in English Literature.He will be assigned to the Juvenile Division of the Prosecutor’s Office.
The Juvenile Division prosecutes offenders under the age of 18 who commit crimes. The violations prosecuted range from traffic offenses to homicide. This division is also responsible for proceedings to transfer juvenile offenders who commit serious crimes to adult court to face adult penalties. Attorneys in this division also prosecute adults for misdemeanor criminal charges involving the abuse of neglect of children.
Originally from Lima, Brodbeck currently resides in Kettering.
Thomas R. Schutzman received his law degree from the University of Dayton School of Law in 2015. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky in 2011, majoring in Business Management.
Schutzman will be assigned to the Child Protection Unit of the Prosecutor’s Office. The Child Protection Unit intervenes to protect, and in some cases remove, abused and neglected children. Representing the Montgomery County Department of Job and Family Services, the Unit prosecutes complaints requesting protective supervision, temporary custody, legal custody, and permanent custody.
Whenever law enforcement removes a child from a dangerous environment, the Child Protection Unit is involved.
Schutzman is originally from Ft. Mitchell, KY and currently resides in Kettering. In his spare time, he enjoys training at S&G Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Moraine.