ABOUT THE DISTRICT
The United States Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana is the Chief Federal Law Enforcement Officer for the District. The United States Attorney enforces the federal criminal laws in the Southern District of Indiana in the Unites States Courts, represents agencies of the United States in civil cases, and argues on behalf of the United States to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
The Southern District of Indiana consists of the southern sixty (60) counties of the state. The District is divided into four (4) divisions: Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and New Albany. Cases are filed in the Division having venue of the action, with certain exceptions (e.g. cases which normally would fall into different divisions but which are related to one another by defendant and/or subject matter will often be accepted for filing in a single Division).
The United States Attorney's Office is based in Indianapolis, with a staffed office in Evansville, and unstaffed offices in New Albany and Terre Haute.
The Mission of the United States Attorney's Office is to:
MEET THE U.S. ATTORNEY
Josh Minkler has been an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Indiana since 1994. He is currently the Acting United States Attorney. He has served as First Assistant United States Attorney, Drug and Violent Crimes Unit Chief, and as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Criminal Division. Prior to joining that office, he was an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Kent County, Michigan. Mr. Minkler graduated Wabash College in 1985 and Indiana University School of Law in 1988.