About Fallon Marie Radigan

Experienced Prosecutor Committed to Her Community

Fallon was raised in a blue-collar family in North Ridgeville. Her father was a truck driver, and her mother was a grade-school teacher. Her parents instilled in her brother and her the values of hard work and to always conduct themselves with the highest level of integrity.

Fallon is a proud alumna of Magnificat High School, Class of 2001. She received her Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Business Administration from West Virginia University and then graduated from University of Dayton School of Law. Fallon and her husband live in Bay Village and welcomed their first child in December of 2023, a little boy named Charlie.

Currently, Fallon is the Director of the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) for the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office. This has been the most rewarding position she has held because the work they do makes our communities stronger and helps instill public trust and confidence in their justice system. Most importantly, she gets to help educate people on the dangers of the internet, help the community understand the harms, and how to be safe on the internet.

Prior to being the Director of ICAC, in her 14+ years at the Prosecutor’s office, Fallon has had the opportunity to serve in many different roles, including: an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Juvenile Court, an assignment to the General Felony Unit, promotion to their Major Trial Unit, and Supervising Sex Crimes in Juvenile Court. She has not only handled thousands of cases, but she has been a Litigator.

Fallon has learned the importance of understanding individuals, including their background and situations that got them to the court system. She has handled some of the most heinous crimes in the County, and throughout the process, each witness and victim must trust her. In her various positions, she utilized the county’s diversion programs like sexting diversion and behavioral diversion education. Those programs educate youth on the appropriateness of their actions and using technology safely. Also, she had the opportunity to oversee the Safe Harbor Docket in the prosecutor’s office, which helped children that were affected by human trafficking.

Fallon moved back to Northeast Ohio because this is home, and she wants to help make her home better. Throughout her career, she has seen that not every case nor person is the same. She has helped the most vulnerable individuals in our community, and she believes she can continue to do that in the future from the bench.