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The Indiana Lawyer congratulates the individuals listed below on passing the July 2013 bar exam. Many of these young and aspiring lawyers participated in the Indiana Supreme Court Admission Ceremony held Oct. 25 in Indianapolis.

Jerod Alan Adler

Destiny Reve Akers

Waseema Noreen Ali

Aaron Elvis Allard

Robert Christopher Allega

Justin Andrew Allen

Scott James Amstutz

Keith Edward Anderson

Daniel Robert Appelget

Teresa Lynn Ashcraft

Nikki Georgina Ashmore

Joshua Alan Atkinson

Gregory Mark Averill

Mohammad Slaimon Ayoubi

Reginald Thomas Badeaux IV

Jared Phillip Baker

Taryn Quinn Baker

Erin Elizabeth Bantz

Curtis Jason Bard

Evan Christopher Bardach

John Alexander Barnstead

James Allen Barta

Evan Wayne Bartel

Infinity Nicole Baulos

Robert Hendry Beatson III

Alexander Maurice Beeman

Anahit Behjou

Naun Antonio Benitez

Anne Marie Berning

Donald Elton Bierer III

Neil Alexander Black

Rachel Elizabeth Blakeman

Erika Yvette Blinks Jimenez

Matthew James Boehning

Lisa A. Bonine

Emily Blair Bookwalter

Kevin Michael Bowen

Sarah Veronica Bowers

Kathryn Mary Box

Stephanie Leigh Boxell

Amber Kristina Boyd

Neal Anthony Brackett

Kyle Allen Bradley

Matthew Haley Brandabur

Michael Clarke Bratcher

Keegan Michael Brennan

Caitlin Amanda Brown

Joshua Aaron Brown

Matthew Alan Brown

Megan Alicia Brown

Melissa Joan Buckley

Matthew James Buehler

Charles Tabata Bugby

Annie Elizabeth Bullock

Chad Michael Burchard

Daniel Wayne Burke

John Frederick Burkhardt

Michael Blandford Buschbacher

Charles Ellis Bush

Jessica Lee Butler

Jacob Thomas Butz

Chester Lee Cameron Jr.

James Andrew Carter

Patrice Danielle Casian

Brian David Casserly

Lindsay Blessinger Charles

Tyler Jon Chasez

Nicholas John Cheek

Kyle Lee Christie

Viorel I. Ciobanu

Matthew Joseph Clark

Abbigail Ann Clindaniel

Carli Ashe Clowers

Kenneth Michael Cochran

Christopher Joseph Collins

Timothy Patrick Conroy

Kendall Joie Coopwood

Clare Elizabeth Corado

Tyler Elaine Corn

Sandra Lee Corum

Cristina Anne Costa

David Monroe Cox IV

Alexander Ryan Craig

John Brett Curry

Joseph Reel Delehanty

Dustin Scott Detzler

Christopher Alan DeVore

Kyle Lee DeWitt

James Brandon Dillon

Christopher A. Dilworth

Blaine Louis Dirker

Nicholas Richardson Dismukes

Rachel Elizabeth Doty

Benjamin Joseph Dougherty

Jesse Robert Drum

Joe Michael Duepner

Matthew Michael Duffy

Brock Landon Easton

Gregory Alan Eberhard

Dana Michelle Eberle-Peay

Andrew Charles Eggers

Charles Spencer Eisenberg

Stepheni Hannah Ennis

Christina Louise Essex

Kelleigh Irwin Fagan

Robin Elizabeth Fagan

Sarah Bonnie Fandrey

Marios Fellouka

William Joseph Fife III

Christine Marie File

Schuyler James File

Michelle Louise Findley

Amber Jean Nicole Finley

Anne Elizabeth Fischesser

Anne Margaret Fishbeck

Joshua Alan Flowers

Kelly Bird Flynn

Andrew William Foster

David Wesley Frank

Ross Joseph Friedman

Angelica Nicole Fuelling

Jennifer Meredith Fujawa

Kristopher Allen Fuller

Joseph Rocco Fuschetto

John Paul Gallo

Kathryn Shaine Garrett

Amber Nichole Garrison

Michael Adem Gaston-Bell

Jenna Marie Gerber

Matthew Kunkel Giffin

Mandeep Singh Gill

Christopher Raymond Gines

Michael Robert Giordano

Anthony Kyle Glenn

Dustin Alan Glick

Laurel Marie Goeringer

Philip Alan Gordon

Daniel Gore

Lyubov Gore

Jennifer Kahaulelio Gregory

Marina Grgic

Patrick Demetrios Grindlay

Jonathan David Groff

James Frederick Guilfoyle

Daniel Isaac Hageman

Katherine Marie Haire

Brandon Eugene Hall

Emily Susan Hall

Joseph Omar Hankins

Spenser Kyle Hanson

Mark Edward Harbin

Samantha Rae Hargitt

Nathan Warren Harter IV

Susanne Amelia Heckler

Jessica Marie Heiser

Theresa Ann Henderson-Stockton

John Aaron Henry

Reham Samir Hewedak

Makenzie Lynn Hinds

Johnathon Harley Holley

Anthony Lalim Holton

Michael Thomas Hotz

Tiffany Elaine Houchin

Jason Orin Howard

Julia Suzanne Hudson

Michael John Huffman

Shay Justin Hughes

Houston Alan Hum

Jonathan Daniel Jackson

Alyssa Conley James

Lori Smith James

Christopher Thomas Jansen

Georgina Duncan Jenkins

Charles Edward Jenkins III

Brandon Keith Johnson

Cara M. Johnson

Charles David Johnson

James Brandon Johnson

Sarah Emily Johnson

T.J. Hunt Johnson

Benjamin William Jonas

John Michael Jones

Michelle Lee Jones

Rhea M. Jones-Price

Cristin Laurane Just

Anne Catherine Kaiser

Brian Andrew Karle

Justin Andrew Kashman

Lauren Ann Kawecki

Matthew Nicholas Kees

Nicole Marie Keller

Brian Patrick Kelly

James Patrick Kennedy

Mary Shannon Kiely

Brittany Brooke Kime

Kaitlyn Jordan Klein

Suzanne Frances Kleinedler

Adam James Kline

Andrea Nicole Kochert

Ashley Maria Koehlinger

Jonathan Paul Kohlscheen

Andrew Ryan Kopatich

Ekaterina Mikhailovna Korulina

Lindsey Allison Kovener

Andrew James Krafcheck

Jarrett Tyler Ksenak

Reanna Lou Kuitse

Alan Michael Kus

Joshua Nicholas Kutch

Michael Douglas Kvachkoff

Shauna Marie Lange

Joel Thaddeus Larson

Laura Kay Lauth

Gregory Gilbert Laux

Amy Katherine Lenceski

George Christos Lepeniotis

Alexandra Frell Levy

Stephen Andrew Lewis

Michael Edmund Licari

Zachary Martin Lightner

Anita Dawn Yi-Guen Lin

Gregory Berry Linder

Charles John Long

Azin Lotfi

Douglas Ryan Louks

Anne Medlin Lowe

Brian Dean Lucchi

Thomas Edward Ludwiski

Paul Scott Lunsford

Thomas William Lutes

Ernani Sobrinho Magalhaes

Karen W. Maher

Charles Jacot Maiers

Jennifer Yvonne Maple

Scott Edward Marcum

Katherine Marie Marshall

Carlton Lee Martin

Crystal Danielle Martin

Jennifer Ann Marzano

Sarah Lorraine Mason

Eric Justin Massey

Joshua Michael Matejczyk

Patricia Bernadette Mattingly

Kayla Michelle McBride

Michael Levi McDaniel

Gregory Logan McHenry

Amanda Elaine McIlwain

Darek Troy McMullen

Cynthia Layne McNew

Christian Armando Mendoza Calix

Raven Victoria Merlau

Andrew Stephen Meyers

Damarius Marvel Miller

Jesse Robert Miller

Joseph George Miller III

Nathanial Frederick Minnick

Yvette Viatcheslav Mishev

Daniel Allen Moon

William Russell Morris Jr.

Michelle Elizabeth Moss

Nicola Alexandra Mousdicas

Stephanie Jude Mullaney

Douglas Michael Murphy

Wilfred Lawrence Myers

Andrew Michael Nevill

Brandon Robert Newhart

Mark Anthony Neyland

Cassandra Ashley Nielsen

Bethany Ruth Nine-Lawson

Kristine Marie Nole

Andrew Joseph Noone

Jonathon Byron Noyes

Jacob M. O’Brien

Ryan Thomas O’Connell

William Joseph Obermeyer

Bernadette A. Olmos

Matthew Chase Olsen

Justin Ross Olson

Alexander Ostrovsky

Michael Eugene Rex Padgett

Lacy Lynn Panyard

Brian Lee Park

Christopher Austin Parker

Jessica Kristen Pasztor

Jennie Dutton Patschull

Spencer Brooks Patterson

Lauren Ann Pena

Kent Jameson Perkins

Mary Christine Petry

Ryan Andrew Pfeifer

Jessica Lauren Pixler

Crystal Dawn Pomer

Rachelle Nichole Ponist

Laura Elizabeth Pontius

Tammara Danielle Porter

Christopher Thomas Pottratz

Brandon James Allen Powell

Zachary David Price

Joyana Progar

Katherine Anne Province

Joshua Merwin Quincy

Keith Paul Rahman

Stephen Thomas Ramey

Edward Guy Ramsey

Lonnie Marcus Randolph

Dana Erin Ratkovich

Kelsey Jean Raves

Justin Kirk Rearick-Hoefflicker

Ryan Charles Reed

Martin Kevin Remming

Kristin Leigh Retherford

Aaron Matthew Ridlen

Cheyenne Nathaniel Riker

Phillip Mason Riley

Jennifer Nicole Risser

George Raymond Robinson

Katherine Velora Robinson

Justin Daniel Roddye

Christopher Deandre Rogers

Sara Grace Ronald

Paul David Root

Shelby Leigh Rothenberger

Cassius Austin Rovenstine

Ashley Arnez Rozier

Anne Marie Ruff

Yolanda Ruiz

Justin David Rumer

Patricia Anne Russell

Lisa Mussman Santiesteban

Matthew Eric Sarber

James Patrick Scheidler

Stephen David Schnelker

Ryan Jeremy Schoffelmeer

Matthew Wayne Schoneweis

Timothy John Schrader Jr.

Matthew Wilson Schramm

Alex Steven Schreiber

Jonathan Eric Schronce

Linda Christine Schuette

Laura Mickelson Schuster

Jason Harold Seitz

Lena Kai Seward

Tejas Naresh Shah

Brittany Noelle Sharp

Sarah Elizabeth Sharp

Kelly Marie Shaw

Christopher DeSanctis Shelmon

Tat-Yeung Shiu

Jennifer Simpson

Rahul Norman Sinha

Amy Louise Skelton

Corrina Anne Smith

Fronse Wayne Smith

Megan Michelle Smith

Stevie Carlton Sneed Jr.

Peter Carmen Soldato

Kelly Margaret Starling

Liane Kristen Steffes

Cora Ann Steinmetz

Lindsey Marie Stout

Lawrence Franklin Stropes

Jennifer Anne Sturges

Joshua Kyle Susie

Alex Daly Szarenski

Travis Raymond Taggart

Pervin Rusi Taleyarkhan

Kevin Richard Tamm

Brandon Eric Tate

Brandon Gale Taylor

Dominique Nicole Taylor

Elizabeth Rose Thatcher

Carolyn Anne Thiess

Daniel Fletcher Thomas

Patrick Clayton Thomas

Patrick William Thomas

Ruth Opeyemi Tonade

Jessica Marie Topor

Megan Marie Torres

Shelby Coy Travis

Matthew Kyle Treadwell

Phillip Mark Triplett

Kristen Renee Trout

John Thomas VanDenburgh

Jacob Andrew Venderley

Erica Marie Vicsek

Joshua Clay Vincent

Nabeela Virjee

Maria Mikhailovna Vladimirova

Andrew David Voeltz

Jeremy Scott Votaw

Ryan Wesley Waggoner

Jacob Patrick Wahl

Benjamin Daniel Waite

Erica Kristin Walker

Brigitte Leigh Washburn

Kristina Denise Wasierski-Voss

Sarah Elizabeth Way

Timothy Mark Weber

William Blake Weiler

Andrew Leo Welle

Morgan Ray Whitacre

Rachel Lea White

Megan Christine Wilkening

John Jared Wilkie

Adam Scott Willfond

Jessica Jenee Williams

Kevin Howard Willis

Mark Alan Wohlford

Kyle Ryan Wood

Michael Anthony Becket Woofter

Karen Elise Wrenbeck

Katelin Leigh Wrona

Xuejun Wu

Laura Emaus Wyrick

Bridget Anne Zeier

Marcia Marie Ziegler
 

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  1. A high ranking Indiana supreme Court operative caught red handed leading a group using the uber offensive N word! She must denounce or be denounced! (Or not since she is an insider ... rules do not apply to them). Evidence here: http://m.indianacompanies.us/friends-educational-fund-for-negroes.364110.company.v2#top_info

  2. A high ranking bureaucrat with Ind sup court is heading up an organization celebrating the formal N word!!! She must resign and denounce! http://m.indianacompanies.us/friends-educational-fund-for-negroes.364110.company.v2#top_info

  3. ND2019, don't try to confuse the Left with facts. Their ideologies trump facts, trump due process, trump court rules, even trump federal statutes. I hold the proof if interested. Facts matter only to those who are not on an agenda-first mission.

  4. OK so I'll make this as short as I can. I got a call that my daughter was smoking in the bathroom only her and one other girl was questioned mind you four others left before them anyways they proceeded to interrogate my daughter about smoking and all this time I nor my parents got a phone call,they proceeded to go through her belongings and also pretty much striped searched my daughter including from what my mother said they looked at her Brest without my consent. I am furious also a couple months ago my son hurt his foot and I was never called and it got worse during the day but the way some of the teachers have been treating my kids they are not comfortable going to them because they feel like they are mean or don't care. This is unacceptable in my mind i should be able to send my kids to school without worry but now I worry how the adults there are treating them. I have a lot more but I wanted to know do I have any attempt at a lawsuit because like I said there is more that's just some of what my kids are going through. Please respond. Sincerely concerned single parent

  5. California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) End of Year Report 2014. (page 13) Under the current system many local registering agencies are challenged just keeping up with registration paperwork. It takes an hour or more to process each registrant, the majority of whom are low risk offenders. As a result law enforcement cannot monitor higher risk offenders more intensively in the community due to the sheer numbers on the registry. Some of the consequences of lengthy and unnecessary registration requirements actually destabilize the life’s of registrants and those -such as families- whose lives are often substantially impacted. Such consequences are thought to raise levels of known risk factors while providing no discernible benefit in terms of community safety. The full report is available online at. http://www.casomb.org/index.cfm?pid=231 National Institute of Justice (NIJ) US Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs United States of America. The overall conclusion is that Megan’s law has had no demonstrated effect on sexual offenses in New Jersey, calling into question the justification for start-up and operational costs. Megan’s Law has had no effect on time to first rearrest for known sex offenders and has not reduced sexual reoffending. Neither has it had an impact on the type of sexual reoffense or first-time sexual offense. The study also found that the law had not reduced the number of victims of sexual offenses. The full report is available online at. https://www.ncjrs.gov/app/publications/abstract.aspx? ID=247350 The University of Chicago Press for The Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago and The University of Chicago Law School Article DOI: 10.1086/658483 Conclusion. The data in these three data sets do not strongly support the effectiveness of sex offender registries. The national panel data do not show a significant decrease in the rate of rape or the arrest rate for sexual abuse after implementation of a registry via the Internet. The BJS data that tracked individual sex offenders after their release in 1994 did not show that registration had a significantly negative effect on recidivism. And the D.C. crime data do not show that knowing the location of sex offenders by census block can help protect the locations of sexual abuse. This pattern of noneffectiveness across the data sets does not support the conclusion that sex offender registries are successful in meeting their objectives of increasing public safety and lowering recidivism rates. The full report is available online at. http://www.jstor.org/stable/full/10.1086/658483 These are not isolated conclusions but are the same outcomes in the majority of conclusions and reports on this subject from multiple government agencies and throughout the academic community. People, including the media and other organizations should not rely on and reiterate the statements and opinions of the legislators or other people as to the need for these laws because of the high recidivism rates and the high risk offenders pose to the public which simply is not true and is pure hyperbole and fiction. They should rely on facts and data collected and submitted in reports from the leading authorities and credible experts in the fields such as the following. California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) Sex offender recidivism rate for a new sex offense is 0.8% (page 30) The full report is available online at http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Adult_Research_Branch/Research_Documents/2014_Outcome_Evaluation_Report_7-6-2015.pdf California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) (page 38) Sex offender recidivism rate for a new sex offense is 1.8% The full report is available online at. http://www.google.com/url?sa= t&source=web&cd=1&ved= 0CCEQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F% 2Fwww.cdcr.ca.gov%2FAdult_ Research_Branch%2FResearch_ documents%2FOutcome_ evaluation_Report_2013.pdf&ei= C9dSVePNF8HfoATX-IBo&usg=AFQjCNE9I6ueHz-o2mZUnuxLPTyiRdjDsQ Bureau of Justice Statistics 5 PERCENT OF SEX OFFENDERS REARRESTED FOR ANOTHER SEX CRIME WITHIN 3 YEARS OF PRISON RELEASE WASHINGTON, D.C. Within 3 years following their 1994 state prison release, 5.3 percent of sex offenders (men who had committed rape or sexual assault) were rearrested for another sex crime, the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) announced today. The full report is available online at. http://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/press/rsorp94pr.cfm Document title; A Model of Static and Dynamic Sex Offender Risk Assessment Author: Robert J. McGrath, Michael P. Lasher, Georgia F. Cumming Document No.: 236217 Date Received: October 2011 Award Number: 2008-DD-BX-0013 Findings: Study of 759 adult male offenders under community supervision Re-arrest rate: 4.6% after 3-year follow-up The sexual re-offense rates for the 746 released in 2005 are much lower than what many in the public have been led to expect or believe. These low re-offense rates appear to contradict a conventional wisdom that sex offenders have very high sexual re-offense rates. The full report is available online at. https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/236217.pdf Document Title: SEX OFFENDER SENTENCING IN WASHINGTON STATE: RECIDIVISM RATES BY: Washington State Institute For Public Policy. A study of 4,091 sex offenders either released from prison or community supervision form 1994 to 1998 and examined for 5 years Findings: Sex Crime Recidivism Rate: 2.7% Link to Report: http://www.oncefallen.com/files/Washington_SO_Recid_2005.pdf Document Title: Indiana’s Recidivism Rates Decline for Third Consecutive Year BY: Indiana Department of Correction 2009. The recidivism rate for sex offenders returning on a new sex offense was 1.05%, one of the lowest in the nation. In a time when sex offenders continue to face additional post-release requirements that often result in their return to prison for violating technical rules such as registration and residency restrictions, the instances of sex offenders returning to prison due to the commitment of a new sex crime is extremely low. Findings: sex offenders returning on a new sex offense was 1.05% Link to Report: http://www.in.gov/idoc/files/RecidivismRelease.pdf Once again, These are not isolated conclusions but are the same outcomes in the majority of reports on this subject from multiple government agencies and throughout the academic community. No one can doubt that child sexual abuse is traumatic and devastating. The question is not whether the state has an interest in preventing such harm, but whether current laws are effective in doing so. Megan’s law is a failure and is destroying families and their children’s lives and is costing tax payers millions upon millions of dollars. The following is just one example of the estimated cost just to implement SORNA which many states refused to do. From Justice Policy Institute. Estimated cost to implement SORNA Here are some of the estimates made in 2009 expressed in 2014 current dollars: California, $66M; Florida, $34M; Illinois, $24M; New York, $35M; Pennsylvania, $22M; Texas, $44M. In 2014 dollars, Virginia’s estimate for implementation was $14M, and the annual operating cost after that would be $10M. For the US, the total is $547M. That’s over half a billion dollars – every year – for something that doesn’t work. http://www.justicepolicy.org/images/upload/08-08_FAC_SORNACosts_JJ.pdf. Attempting to use under-reporting to justify the existence of the registry is another myth, or a lie. This is another form of misinformation perpetrated by those who either have a fiduciary interest in continuing the unconstitutional treatment of a disfavored group or are seeking to justify their need for punishment for people who have already paid for their crime by loss of their freedom through incarceration and are now attempting to reenter society as honest citizens. When this information is placed into the public’s attention by naive media then you have to wonder if the media also falls into one of these two groups that are not truly interested in reporting the truth. Both of these groups of people that have that type of mentality can be classified as vigilantes, bullies, or sociopaths, and are responsible for the destruction of our constitutional values and the erosion of personal freedoms in this country. I think the media or other organizations need to do a in depth investigation into the false assumptions and false data that has been used to further these laws and to research all the collateral damages being caused by these laws and the unconstitutional injustices that are occurring across the country. They should include these injustices in their report so the public can be better informed on what is truly happening in this country on this subject. Thank you for your time.

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