Senator named to Public Defender Commission

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The Indiana Supreme Court announced today Sen. Brent Steele, R-Bedford, was appointed to the Public Defender Commission by Indiana Senate President Pro Tempore David Long. Sen. Steele was appointed in March to replace Sen. Joe Zakas, R-Granger. Sen. Steele is chairman of the Senate's Corrections, Criminal & Civil Matters Committee and serves on the Senate's Judiciary, Ethics, and Insurance & Financial Institutions committees. He practices law at Steele & Steele in Bedford.

More information on the Public Defender Commission can be found at


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