In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

AUG. 4-17, 2021

In the Aug. 4, 2021, issue of The Indiana Lawyer, IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl provides an update on GAL/CASA services in Marion County after the contract was switched from Child Advocates to Kids' Voice. On a lighter note, IL reporter Katie Stancombe takes us inside the work of an Indy-area attorney climbing for a cause. And in the Litigation Support/Technology Focus, we take a look at what advancing artificial intelligence means for lawyers.

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DOC: Indiana lethal injection drugs long expired

A lawsuit that sought information about the drugs Indiana plans to use in lethal injections and that motivated the Legislature to use a late-night session to keep the veil of secrecy intact has come to a close, with the state paying more than $800,000 in legal fees and disclosing that its supply of lethal injection drugs has long been expired.

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Bell and Grass: 3 things to know about speaking with represented people

Can a criminal defense attorney depose the victim in a domestic violence incident without getting the consent of the victim’s divorce lawyer? Can a family law attorney depose the opposing party about a personal injury lawsuit without the personal injury lawyer’s consent? That depends on what those lawyers want to ask about and whether they have the witness’s counsel’s consent.

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