The Indiana Supreme Court granted senior judge certification to a pair of retired superior court judges last week.
On Dec. 9, the high court certified Noble Superior Judge Robert Kirsch and Hancock Superior Judge Terry Snow as senior judges. Due to an error, Snow was originally listed as a judge of the St. Joseph Superior Court, but a corrected certification order was posted Wednesday.
Kirsch’s senior judgeship began Dec. 10 and will continue through Dec. 31, 2022, while Snow’s will begin on Jan. 1 and expire at the end of next year.
In October, Albion attorney Steven T. Clouse was selected to succeed Kirsch, who retired at the end of that month. Clouse will serve out the remainder of Kirsch’s term through 2024.
Snow retired in December 2019 after 17 years on the bench.