Pulaski Superior Court

Four grants are being applied for by the county courts to save money and continue to offer beneficial programs.  Pulaski County Superior Court Judge Crystal Kocher approached the commissioners during a regular meeting, Monday morning, to obtain their support of the county applying for two grants....
Pulaski Superior Court Judge Crystal Kocher spoke about the Pulaski County Veterans Treatment Court during the veterans seminar on Saturday. The treatment court was awarded full program operation certification in February. Since 2016, the courts have had contact with 150 veterans, 75 of whom have multiple charges.
The Pulaski County Veterans Treatment Court was awarded full program operation certification from the Indiana Office of Court Services in February 2020.  Pulaski County Veterans Treatment Court was certified for temporary operation in April 2019 and was honored to be the 100th Problem Solving Court...
Pulaski Superior Court Judge Crystal Kocher welcomed several in the audience to the open house that was held Aug. 15.
An open house for the Pulaski County Veterans Treatment Court gave a chance for the community to learn about the program and celebrate the future of it.  Pulaski Superior Court Judge Crystal Kocher welcomed several in the audience to the open house that was held Aug. 15. She said she is proud that...
The Pulaski Superior Court, along with Pulaski Circuit Court, applied and was awarded grant funding in the amount of $44,400 to implement a veterans treatment court here in Pulaski County. Pulaski County courts (superior and circuit) have spent the past year developing and researching problem-...
A jury of six people took less than 20 minutes to determine a local teacher was not guilty of stalking and battery on April 11.  The jury of two men and four women found Theresa Blankenship not guilty after hearing two and a half days of testimony and closing arguments. As the verdict was read by...
Providing pauper counsel to those who are indigent and facing criminal charges is causing financial woes for the county.  Pulaski County Commissioners and council members recently heard how dire the situation is as it is only the second month of the year and one court is already asking for...
Crystal Brucker Kocher
       Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Daniel Murphy will soon be looking for a new chief deputy as the current one will be soon referred to as “your honor.”  Governor Eric Holcomb announced on Friday the appointment of Pulaski County Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Crystal Brucker Kocher as...
Senior judge to help preside over superior court cases as judge resigns.
As the county courts are preparing for change because of one judge resigning, the state is sending help. Pulaski Superior Court Judge Patrick Blankenship announced in February that he is resigning after 16 years of serving the community.   Because the Indiana Supreme Court does not want the court...

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Winamac, IN 46996

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