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 Attorney for Carthage Appointed to Bench

April 1, 2009 - A judicial appointment made by Gov. Mitch Daniels last week will soon require the town of Carthage to find new legal counsel.

Attorney Chuck Todd, who counts the town of Carthage as one several municipal clients, was appointed by Daniels last Wednesday as judge of Superior Court 1 in Wayne County. Todd succeeds Judge P. Thomas Snow, who left the bench to accept appointment as chairman of the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission.

Todd, who lives in Hagerstown and has maintained a private practice in Cambridge City for nearly 11 years, has represented Carthage since 2004. He said he expects to take the bench sometime after the first of June, which will give him time to wrap up his private practice.

“I’m excited about the opportunity,” Todd said of the appointment. “At the same time, I’ve very humbled. I’ve had a lot of good encouragement and support, and it’s my hope to get up there and work hard to support the community, and to make my family and my community proud.”

In addition to his private practice, Todd also has served as a deputy prosecuting attorney in Wayne County and served as a law clerk for Judge William I. Garrard of the Indiana Court of Appeals. He received his undergraduate degree from Ball State University and law degree from Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis, and currently serves as a commissioner for Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education.

 

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