A bill that would further limit the right to bail passed the Indiana Senate on Thursday.
A former employee of the Chocolate Moose in Nashville argued the trial court abused its discretion when it denied his motion to withdraw his guilty pleas and ordered him to pay more than $6,000 in restitution. The Court of Appeals of Indiana disagreed.
The exclusion of a toxicology report did not undermine a man’s voluntary manslaughter conviction, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled Thursday.
Resolution to deny bail in ‘substantial risk’ cases headed for final Senate vote after amendments fail
The Indiana Senate heard two amendments Tuesday to a resolution that would limit the right to bail, but neither passed.
A Department of Natural Resources officer did, in fact, commit “criminal” conduct when he committed the act of false informing against a motorist who struck and killed his dog, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled in a Wednesday reversal.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana affirmed a criminal recklessness conviction Tuesday despite finding that the defendant’s state and constitutional rights were violated.
An “abusive” pro se litigant convicted of intimidation after sending threatening letters to a judge has failed to get his conviction overturned on speedy trial grounds.
Notre Dame Law School announced last week a new fellowship for early-career attorneys interested in incorporating the Christian faith into the practice of law.
The Indiana Senate Judiciary Committee amended and passed a bill unanimously Wednesday afternoon that would entitle caregivers to legal representation in children in need of services cases.
A split Court of Appeals of Indiana has reversed for a family in an eminent domain dispute, concluding the town that acquired their property must adhere to Indiana Code and pay them 150% of the fair market value of the property.
Court of Appeals of Indiana Judge Dana Kenworthy has officially joined the court’s bench.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has upheld the entry of default judgment against a pool company, dismissing its appeal of that judgment. A dissenting judge, however, would consider the case on the merits.
Razor-sharp, hardworking, intelligent and caring. Those are words friends and colleagues used to describe new Court of Appeals of Indiana Judge Dana Kenworthy.
The Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee on Tuesday passed a resolution that would not allow bail for a person who poses a “substantial risk” to the public.
The family of Herman Whitfield III has published the police body cam footage of his death after receiving a court order requiring the video be released to them.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals isn’t letting an insurance company off the hook in paying out a man who was involved in an accident with an interstate trucking company it previously covered.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, alleging death row inmates are being held in isolated conditions that violate their civil rights.
A husband who was suspended from work along with his wife after they were accused of misusing FMLA leave has failed in his bid to convince the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to reinstate his lawsuit against his employer.