Indiana Supreme Court Justice Retires Next Year | Crime and courts
In this role, David participated in two post-September 11 mobilizations in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He has served as trial attorney, defense attorney, military judge, training officer, staff judge advocate, served on two commands and was selected by the Secretary of Defense in 2007 to serve as defense counsel in head for the Office of Military Commissions.
âI am so proud and honored to have served the people of Indiana and the people of this great nation throughout my working life,â said David. “I look forward to the next chapters in my life and the ways in which I can continue to serve and improve life.”
David noted in his announcement that his wife, lawyer Catheryne Pully, had recently been recalled to active service for at least two years as commander in the US Navy reserves to work as general counsel to the two-star Admiral. at the head of the naval reserves.
Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush, who lived in Munster as a child, praised David’s commitment to public service, his tireless work to uphold the rule of law and improve the judiciary statewide, and said he “will be sorely missed” at the Supreme Look.
Likewise, Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb said David’s accomplishments had an “extraordinary impact not only on the Hoosiers, but on our nation as a whole.”
âGiving himself tirelessly to help others, Judge David embodies what it means to be a humble servant-leader and the legacy he leaves is truly remarkable,â said Holcomb.