Like many states, Indiana has a problem — mountains of untested rape exam kits in local law enforcement agencies that contain DNA evidence potentially identifying sex offenders. Indiana’s backlog of untested kits is certainly in the thousands. Victim advocates say the question is, how many thousands?
Andi Metzel views her presidency, which coincides with the transition to a new Indiana State Bar Association executive director, as an opportunity for the bar association to reflect on its mission and refine how its services meet the needs of its members and their clients.
It’s been 25 years since former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson was convicted of rape in an Indianapolis court, but the legal professionals who were involved in the case can still recall it well.
A suspended Indianapolis lawyer is facing six charges related to allegations that he exposed himself to two high school girls basketball teams on separate occasions as they rode on school buses traveling in the city.
Although he was carrying only half a caseload, U.S. District Court Senior Judge Larry McKinney had a full schedule. He devoted much time to the civic education programs and put a great deal of energy into a program which works to assist ex-offenders in staying out of prison.
In the shadow of the first woman attorney to become a partner at a large Indiana law firm, five female general counsel of publicly traded companies were honored Thursday for their achievements not only in the legal field but also for developing other women and minorities into leaders.
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Leadership in Law
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