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Commission selects semi-finalists for justice vacancy

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The Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission has chosen nine semi-finalists for the upcoming vacancy on the Indiana Supreme Court.

After interviews Tuesday and Wednesday, the commission selected the nine after roughly two hours of deliberation as semi-finalists for Justice Theodore Boehm's spot on the high court. The semi-finalists are:

- Indianapolis attorney Ellen Boshkoff;

- Boone Circuit Judge Steven H. David;

- Bloomington attorney Kiply S. Drew;

- Johnson Superior Judge Cynthia Emkes;

- Indiana Solictor General Thomas Fisher;

- Marion Superior Judge Robyn Moberly;

- Indianapolis attorney Karl Mulvaney;

- Hamilton Superior Judge Steven R. Nation; and

- Sen. Brent Steele, R-Bedford

Interviews for the semi-finalists will be July 30th.

This story will be updated.

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