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Saturday, January 19, 2008

Ind. Courts - Montgomery County Superior Court judge David Ault runs for fourth term

Jay Heater of the Crawfordsville Journal Review has a long story today on Judge David Ault's announcement that he is running for a third term. A quote:“Those 18 years have given me a chance to have a much deeper understanding how law intersects with people’s everyday lives,” said Ault, who was elected as the first judge of the newly-created Superior Court in 1990 and since has won re-election twice. “Everyone gets their day in court, and no case is more important than your case.”

Although he is proud of his 18 years of service, Ault said he still wants to do more to serve Montgomery County. Therefore, he announced on Friday that he will seek the Republican nomination for re-election as judge of Montgomery County Superior Court I.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on January 19, 2008 11:44 AM
Posted to Indiana Courts