Opinions Feb. 4, 2021

Indiana Court of Appeals
Charles Wolfe, et al. v. Robert Agro
20A-PL-1242
Civil plenary. Reverses the Randolph Superior Court’s determination that Charles and Rachel Wolfe committed criminal conversion by knowingly exerting unauthorized control over Robert Agro’s property. Finds that Agro’s proper remedy is through the Uniform Partnership Act, not the Crime Victims Relief Act. Judge Elizabeth Tavitas dissents with separate opinion.

Stephanie Bryant v. State of Indiana (mem. dec.)
20A-CR-481
Criminal. Affirms Stephanie Bryant’s conviction of guilty but mentally ill of murder. Finds there was ample evidence from which the Johnson Circuit jury could have reasonably concluded that Bryant appreciated the wrongfulness of her actions and was therefore sane when she murdered Stella Morgan.

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