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What Bryan Coulter Believes
He believes that every person appearing in the courtroom should be treated with respect.
He believes that the judge, after listening to the evidence and the law, has a responsibility to issue court decisions on time.
He believes in the rule of law, and will uphold the United States and Indiana Constitutions as judge.
The Legal and Life Experience for the Job
ABOUT BRYAN COULTER
After graduating from law school in 2008, Bryan worked for Justice Law Offices in Delphi, Logansport, and Lafayette before joining the Cass County Prosecutor's Office in 2010. He prosecuted all levels of criminal cases in the prosecutor's office, from infractions, juvenile and child support cases, sentence modifications, post-conviction relief petitions, and specialized driving privileges to major and minor felonies, including numerous jury trials.
COULTER LAW OFFICE
In November 2016, Bryan left the prosecutor's office and went into private practice at Coulter Law Office. He currently has an office in Lafayette and Logansport and practices primarily criminal and civil litigation, including appeals.
Judge Pro Tempore
Appointed by judges to hear cases while the judges were away.
Led appeals based on U.S. and Indiana Constitutional, case, and statutory law.
Trials & Mediation
Criminal Jury Trials
Major felony and misdemeanor jury trial experience.
Civil Jury Trials
Litigated civil cases and pursued through jury trial.
Former registered family and child support mediator.
Elected Bar Association President, Vice President and Treasurer by fellow attorneys in Cass County.
Former member of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Member and former officer (2019 - 2020) of this charitable organization, Lodge #66
BRYAN COULTER'S HISTORY
Bryan's father delivered Mike-Sell’s potato chips all around the Greater Lafayette area. His mother was a receptionist at the old Women's Clinic on Ferry Street. He graduated from McCutcheon High School in 1990.
In 1996, Bryan began working at SIA, then known as Subaru-Isuzu, on the assembly line, first as a temporary associate through Manpower. He was hired as a permanent associate in 1997. He left SIA in 2003 to finish at Purdue, then graduated from Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington, Indiana in 2008. While at Purdue he interned one semester at the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office. In the summer of 2007, he interned at the Clinton County Prosecutor's Office.
In 2002, Bryan married Susannah, who also practices law in Lafayette. Together they have a daughter, Ella, who is a junior at West Lafayette High School.
Tribute to a Judge
From 2016, Bryan's Farewell Tribute to Retiring Judge Tom P. Some standup comedy and some heartfelt comments about a great man I appeared in front of every morning for 3 1/2 years as a deputy prosecutor.
THE CHOICE FACING TIPPECANOE COUNTY VOTERS
Voters have the opportunity to cast their ballots for an attorney with the necessary experience with both criminal and civil law, including jury trial experience. A person who worked full time, and many hours of overtime, while completing his undergraduate degree at Purdue University.
He will bring this same work ethic and understanding of different life experiences to the bench.
The alternative is an unknown political appointee that would be chosen by the governor, after the election.
Thank you for taking the time to inform yourself and please vote for Bryan Coulter for Tippecanoe Superior Court One!
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