Indy lawyers reappointed to Public Defender Commission, including commission chair

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Two Indianapolis attorneys have been reappointed by Gov. Eric Holcomb to sit on the Indiana Public Defender Commission.

Holcomb last week reappointed David Hensel, a partner with Hoover Hull Turner LLP, and Mark Rutherford, a shareholder with Thrasher Buschmann & Voelkel P.C., to their positions on the 11-member commission. Rutherford currently serves as commission chair.

Both Hensel and Rutherford will serve until Oct. 31, 2025.

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