Judge Myron C. Duhart is a native of Toledo, graduated from St. Francis De Sales High School, and served his country in the Vietnam War, where he was a lieutenant in the Army Judge Advocate Corps. While serving, he earned a B.A. in Political Science from Wright State University in Dayton, and received his J.D. from the University of Toledo College of Law.
An adjunct lecturer in law at the University of Toledo College of Law, Duhart taught trial practice. In private practice for many years, Duhart has practiced in the U.S. District Court, the Sixth District Court and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Duhart is past president of the Thurgood Marshall Law Association and will become president of the Toledo Bar Association in 2022. Duhart and his wife, Nicole, have three children.
Charles Sulek is an attorney at the law firm of Eastman & Smith, Ltd. in Toledo. After obtaining a degree in political science from The Ohio State University, he earned his law degree from Capital University Law School.
Sulek has the experience, integrity, and temperament to be a judge. Sulek believes judges should decide cases based on the law, not their personal or political beliefs.
He previously worked as a Judicial Attorney at the Ohio Supreme Court for retired Justice Terrence O’Donnell, gaining in-depth knowledge of the appellate process. Sulek also worked as an Attorney Rules Analyst for the Ohio General Assembly’s Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR), reviewing proposed rules from over 100 state agencies.
Sulek and his wife, Emma, reside in Sylvania Township with their children.