Gov. Holcomb Announces Judicial Appointments For Three Upcoming Vacancies On Marion County Superior Courts

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WBIW on 11/10/2020

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Gov. Eric J. Holcomb announced his three appointments to the Marion County Superior Courts for the upcoming retirements of Judges Barbara Crawford Cook, David Dreyer and Marilyn Moores.

Marshelle Dawkins Broadwell currently serves as a magistrate judge in the Marion Superior Court, where she hears criminal, civil and family law matters. Before beginning her service as a magistrate judge in 2015, she served as a master commissioner for the Marion Superior Courts. Broadwell is a Butler University graduate and earned her law degree from the Indiana University McKinney School of Law. She began her legal career as a trial and appellate attorney for the Marion County Public Defender Agency. She also worked for the City of Indianapolis’ Office of Corporation Counsel and has been in private practice. Outside of the courtroom, Broadwell serves on the Protection Order Committee and Language Access Advisory Committee. Broadwell is also involved in the Boy Scouts of America, the Crossroads of America Council Pathfinder District, where she serves as the Pathfinder District Commissioner.