In the News: "Snyder files for judge", Carmel Current
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 9:50PM
Kurt Snyder in In the News

Carmel resident Kurt Snyder filed for the position as Carmel City Judge last week. He opposes incumbent Judge Brian Poindexter in the Republican May 3 primary.

Snyder, the first-ever Director of Trial Court Technology for the Indiana Supreme Court, has extensive legal experience.  The owner of a legal practice and consulting firm in Carmel, Snyder had helped teach at Indiana University and also participated in writing several legal guides and books.

“Carmel taxpayers expect their government to be responsive and efficient, while at the same time, doing everything it can to hold down costs and save public dollars,” Snyder said in a statement.  “I am excited about the opportunity to use technology to modernize the Carmel City Court and make it a model of effective service.”

He has prioritized a wise use of time and funds if elected.

A graduate of Wabash College and the Indiana University School of Law, Snyder lives in Carmel with his family.


Kurt Snyder, Indiana’s first-ever Director and Counsel of Trial Court Technology for the Indiana Supreme Court, is a candidate to be the next judge of the Carmel City Court in the May 3 Republican primary election. If elected, Snyder will modernize the court to save taxpayer dollars and better serve the customer service and public safety needs of the people of Carmel. You can learn more about his campaign at

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