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Indiana Judges Association: What you need to know about state judges

January 29, 2014
While there may (or may not) be a big difference between horses and humans, there may not be any difference between horse judging and human judging. After all, judging is a fundamental objective endeavor.
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Indiana Judges Association: 'You can't eat the Constitution'

December 4, 2013
Like most judges, Shay Minton’s achievements were numerous, but largely unmeasured.
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Indiana Judges Association: Are changes needed to ‘change of judge’ rule?

September 25, 2013
Marion Superior Judge David Dreyer discusses the "Change of Judge" rule in this issue of Indiana Lawyer.
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Indiana Judges Association: Judges need to take control of cultural standing

May 8, 2013
Have you ever Googled “lawyer dog”? If you do, be prepared to see a limitless line of websites all featuring identical photos of the same canine seated behind his desk, along with various one-liners related to the law, dogs and just silliness.
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Indiana Judges Association: Judges are good government partners

January 30, 2013
Judge David Dreyer writes a letter to Gov. Mike Pence about how to make people more legally literate.
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Indiana Judges Association: Do media measure up in court coverage?

December 5, 2012
We judges are obligated to actually ignore popular opinion or preference and apply the law, but we are further constrained to not discuss our decisions on talk shows or interviews. Yet, public confidence in courts is more important than any other branch of government because people need to believe in us or they will not believe or obey our rulings.
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Indiana Judges Association: Could judicial Olympics cure court budget woes?

September 26, 2012
Judge Dreyer comes up with a way to cure court budget woes and provide reality TV.
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Indiana Judges Association: Is it time for an electoral college for judges?

May 9, 2012
Some people just do not like judges. But according to Indiana University Maurer School of Law professor Charles Geyh, most people do – at least up to a point.
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Indiana Judges Association: Zen and the art of case managementRestricted Content

February 1, 2012
So over many years, I found a kind of “sub-wisdom.” It came not from law study or research, but rather from living with real world cases.
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Indiana Judges Association: Dealing with different takes on language

December 7, 2011
A trial judge’s job is often befuddling. We have to differentiate between peoples’ language, their values, even their competing views about what language means.
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