Marion County justice center debate proves divisive

April 22, 2015
Nearly a year-and-a-half after Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, Marion County Sheriff John Layton and other community leaders laid out a vision for an Indianapolis criminal justice center, its future is clouded as late opposition resulted in a major setback to the plan.More.

Lynch to be sworn in as US attorney general on Monday

April 24, 2015
United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch assumes a portfolio that includes fighting terrorism, preventing cyberattacks and dealing with police and race — issues strikingly similar to what she's dealt with as top federal prosecutor for much of New York City and its eastern suburbs.More.

SEC: Indy-based Veros’ farm loans defrauded 80 of $15 million

April 24, 2015
The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a federal lawsuit against Indianapolis-based Veros Partners Inc. and multiple related co-defendants. The SEC alleges the financial advisers defrauded 80 farm-loan investors of $15 million in 2013 and 2014, using those proceeds to repay earlier investors.More.

Madison Co. prosecutor asked to look into primary ballots

April 24, 2015
Election officials in a central Indiana county are asking authorities investigate ballots cast in its upcoming Democratic Party primary election.More.

Indiana Senate backs bill loosening rules on wine sales

April 22, 2015
Indiana residents will have an easier time having wine shipped to their homes under a bill approved by state lawmakers.More.
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  1. Females now rule over every appellate court in Indiana, and from the federal southern district, as well as at the head of many judicial agencies. Give me a break, ladies! Can we men organize guy-only clubs to tell our sob stories about being too sexy for our shirts and not being picked for appellate court openings? Nope, that would be sexist! Ah modernity, such a ball of confusion.

  2. I read the line "Quigley offered another means to introduce texts. “I have witnessed and been involved in depositions where someone asks someone else to take a cellphone out and read a series of messages,” he said. “What it did was ultimately preserve the fact that there were these communications.” That is not true. A message can be created and sent to a phone looking like it came from another phone, when in actuality it didn't. You must take the totality of the available data from all sources in order to judge what has happened. As far as in house people doing the phone investigation or pulling messages. Someone from a large local firm told me one time "we need to be one step removed from things like this, that's why we go out of shop" I just can't fathom a law firm using an in house IT person to do work on a case or a potential case when you can be called to task on that.

  3. This victory was achieved through the efforts of an outstanding team including my partner Henry Price, who has been a leader in the fight to protect landowners’ rights for over 15 years, our associate Brad Catlin who handled the cross-examination of Sho-Me’s CEO at trial, Kathleen Kauffman who has partnered with our firm in many fiber optic class actions, and our extraordinarily helpful local counsel in Missouri, Heidi Vollet and Fred O’Neill. The verdict was for S1.88 per foot per year, which means for the average-sized parcel of 1,180 feet, a recovery of $2,218 per year or $22,184 for the ten years of trespass that was at issue. More than anything personal to me, this was a victory for the protection of individual property rights.