Opinions Oct. 13, 2022

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Court of Appeals of Indiana
Shane E. Ehr v. State of Indiana (mem. dec.)
Criminal. Affirms Shane E. Ehr’s conviction of Class A misdemeanor operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person. Finds the Jay Superior Court did not err when it denied Ehr’s motion to dismiss because lost photographs from the incident were not materially exculpatory. Also finds the photographs might have been potentially useful, but Ehr made no showing the state destroyed them in bad faith.

Tyler Scott Allen Seelig v. State of Indiana (mem. dec.)
Criminal. Affirms Tyler Scott Allen Seelig’s conviction of Level 6 felony residential entry and sentence of 18 months. Finds the state presented sufficient evidence. Also finds Seelig’s sentence is not inappropriate based on the nature of his crime or his character.

Megan N. Sparrow v. Ernest V. Sparrow (mem. dec.)
Domestic relations with children. Affirms the Washington Circuit Court’s grant of father Ernest V. Sparrow’s motion to modify physical and legal custody of E.S. and I.S. Finds mother Megan Sparrow has not established prima facie error.

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