McGrath appointed to Kosciusko Superior Court

Warsaw solo practitioner Karin McGrath has been appointed as Kosciusko Superior Court I Judge, Gov. Eric Holcomb’s office announced today. She will succeed Judge David Cates who died in December.

McGrath, who was admitted to the Indiana bar in 2010, is currently in private practice with a focus on children and family law. According to the Times Union, she ran for Kosciusko Superior Court III in 2020. Chad Miner won the Republican primary with 37.30% of the vote and McGrath came in second with 33.81%.

In addition to her private practice, McGrath has served as a judge for teen court, a problem-solving court within the juvenile justice system that allows teens charged with certain offenses to be sentenced by a jury of their teen peers.

From 2011 to 2018, McGrath was deputy prosecutor for Kosciusko County.

She holds an undergraduate degree from Greenville College and a J.D. degree from Valparaiso Law School.

McGrath will be sworn in as judge at a later date.

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