The Court of Appeals of Indiana’s current longest-serving judge, who is set to retire this summer, won’t be off the bench completely, as he’s been granted senior judge status.
A judicial officer who was appointed to serve as judge pro tempore in the Hendricks Superior Court Division 3 has had his appointment revoked, the Indiana Supreme Court announced.
A Clark County judge is taking medical leave, prompting the appointment of a senior judge to temporarily take his spot on the bench, according to the Indiana Supreme Court. Meanwhile, justices also ordered for the allocation of senior judge service days in two Clark County courts.
The Indiana Supreme Court has revoked the appointment of Senior Judge Jeffrey C. Eggers to serve on the Marion Circuit Court, effective Jan. 1, 2022. Magistrate Tiffany Vivo will be filling Sheryl Lynch’s seat on the bench.
The Indiana Supreme Court has reverted the numbers of days state courts may utilize senior judges back to pre-pandemic levels, but jurisdictions are allowed to seek additional days to help with case backlogs.
The Indiana Supreme Court granted senior judge certification to a pair of retired superior court judges last week.
Judge Roger D. Davis, formerly the judge of the Harrison Superior Court, has been certified as an Indiana senior judge.
A Mishawaka lawyer named the newest judge to the St. Joseph Superior Court will begin his duties next month, with robing ceremonies to follow for several new judges and magistrate judges.
A St. Joseph County judge retired earlier this month, prompting the Judicial Nominating Commission to begin searching for his replacement on the bench.
After serving for more than 25 years on the Indiana Court of Appeals, Judge James S. Kirsch is moving on. The Indiana Supreme Court handed down an order Wednesday giving senior judge status to Kirsch, who announced his retirement in January.
The Indiana Supreme Court last week appointed a pair of senior judges to serve as judges pro tempore in St. Joseph Superior Court while a panel works to fill open positions on the Superior Court bench.
A former St. Joseph Superior Court judge has been granted senior judge status following his retirement.
A judicial vacancy in Northern Indiana has prompted the St. Joseph County Judicial Nominating Commission to start the process of selecting a new superior court judge, the Indiana Supreme Court announced Friday.
The Indiana Supreme Court has certified senior judge status for Starke Circuit Court Magistrate Judge Jeanene Calabrese.
Longtime Marion County juvenile judge Marilyn Moores has been certified as a senior judge following her retirement last year.