INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, has passed the Indiana bar exam after failing the required test to become a lawyer on his first try.
The Indiana Board of Law Examiners on Friday released the list of 411 July test-takers who achieved a passing score, including Delph. A total of 536 people took the exam.
In February, Delph missed a key Indiana Senate vote on his controversial anti-immigration plan while taking the bar exam the first time. He did not pass.
Assuming the examination board certifies his character and fitness to be a lawyer, Delph will be admitted to the bar in October.