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Friday, October 25, 2013

Ind. Courts - Judge Kimberly Brown's trial set for Nov. 4th through 8th

The trial will take place before a panel of three esteemed woman jurists in the Supreme Court courtroom. It will be open to the public, according to the Court's public information officer, Kathryn Dolan.

Tim Evans reports today in the Indianapolis Star:

Retired Monroe County Judge Viola J. Taliaferro will head the panel. The other members are Boone Superior Court Judge Rebecca S. McClure and Lake Superior Court Judge Sheila M. Moss.

Adrienne Meiring, an attorney with the Commission on Judicial Qualifications, will serve as the prosecutor in the case. Brown is represented by Indianapolis attorney Aaron Haith.

According to the docket for the case, in addition to Ms. Meiring, Thomas Carusillo and Elizabeth Dalton will serve as attorneys for the Commission.

In addition to Mr. Haith, Belle Choate has filed a notice of appearance for for Judge Brown.

In short, we may see during this trial a woman prosecutor, a woman defense attorney, a three-woman panel of jurists, and a woman defendant, Judge Kimberly Brown.

Here are the earlier ILB entries on this topic:

Posted by Marcia Oddi on October 25, 2013 08:05 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts