Gov. Mitch Daniels is picking a new judge to Indiana's Court of Appeals.
Former appeals Judge Carr Darden retired from the bench last month. Darden was first appointed to the court in 1994 by then-Gov. Evan Bayh and won re-election to the bench in 1998 and 2008.
Daniels is scheduled to reveal his pick Tuesday.
The 15-member appeals court is the state's second-highest judicial forum after the state Supreme Court. The court issues roughly 2,500 written opinions each year according to its website.