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January 10, 2023

I seek to continue as your Judge and finish the important work I stared.  When the Indiana General Assembly created the Clark Superior Court No. 6, Governor Eric Holcomb chose me to be its first judge.  He entrusted me with the task of creating a court from scratch based on a proven record of accomplishment and honorable service.  The Court has jurisdiction over all of Clark County's general civil, collections and mortgage foreclosure cases, and all child support cases filed by the Clark County prosecutor.   

To start the new court, I worked with my County Government parters to get funding, hire staff, and participate in the design and construction of a new courtroom and new court offices.  Starting a new court was a challenge I was eager to accept.  My team and I are honored to serve Clark County with professionalism and commitment.

My first morning as judge I held hearings and in 2 1/2 years I have disposed of over 10,000 cases.  Every day, I have strived to be a patient listener and carefully decide cases based on the law.  

Child support collections are up since I took the bench and totaled over $8 million in 2023.  The child support docket deserves special attention to fairness, accuracy and quick resolution for the health and wellbeing of Clark County's children.

I’m running to continue to be your Judge and to keep sound, trusted judgment in Clark Circuit Court No. 6.  


It's official. I've filed my paperwork to stay working for you in Clark Circuit Court No. 6. Vote to elect Judge Williams in the Republican Primary Election on May 7, 2024.



Kyle was born in Jeffersonville and has lived in Clark County for his entire life of 54 years.  Kyle is a 1987 graduate of Jeffersonville High School, a 1991 graduate of Indiana University, and a 1994 graduate of the University of Louisville Law School.

In 2021, Indfiana Governor Eric Holcomb appointed Kyle as the first Judge of the Clark Superior Court No. 6.  Since taking the bench, Kyle has created a court from scratch by hiring experienced, dedicated staff.  Kyle handles most of the civil cases filed in Clark County.  Additionally, Kyle hears child support cases filed by the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney. In 2023, Indiana Chief Justice Rush selected Kyle to serve on the Civil Benchbook Committee which is responsible for maintaining a manual for judges to use in the civil cases.

From 1994 until taking the bench, Kyle practiced law in the state and federal courts of Indiana and Kentucky, and in that time handled thousands of legal matters, including trials, appeals, estates and real estate transactions. 

Kyle has also been active in numerous community and governmental organizations including:

Jeffersonville Redevelopment Commission, 1998 to 2007, and 2016; Vice-President, 2003-04; President 2004-05; Secretary, 2006.

Clark County Riverfront Development Corporation, Director, 1999 to 2003.

Leadership Southern Indiana, Class of 1996-97.


Leadership Louisville Bingham Fellows, Charter Fellow, Class of 2000.


Clark County Youth Shelter and Family Services, Inc., former Board President.


Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, Parish Council.

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Parish Council.

St. Augustine Catholic Church, Youth Commission.

Indiana University Southeast Orchestra, Principal Viola, 2005 to present.

Louisville Civic Orchestra, Viola and Board Member, 2022 to present.

Center for Cultural Resources, Indiana University Southeast, Board Member, 2012 to 2014.

Kyle has been married to his wife, Janée, for 27 years and has two children: Patrick, 24; and Sarah Kate, 22.  In his spare time, Kyle is active in his church and civic groups, and plays viola in numerous groups in Southern Indiana and Louisville.

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