Attorney Kim Antcliff Jackson of Cory, Indiana, took office Monday as Terre Haute City Court Judge pro tempore, replacing retiring Judge Chris A. Wrede. Jackson’s appointment was announced in an Indiana Supreme Court order issued Thursday.
Wrede will take the role of chief deputy prosecutor in Vermillion County, the Tribune Star of Terre Haute reported. Gov. Holcomb appointed Wrede to the city court bench in April 2017. Before that, Wrede served 10 years with the Vigo County Prosecutor’s Office as a deputy prosecutor.
Jackson’s will serve until further order of the court and will be compensated at the same rate as the regular judge.