A trial court judge’s statement that he was not going to prevent a convicted felon from possessing a firearm at his post-conviction hearing is not the equivalent of the reinstatement of the man’s right to bear arms, the Indiana Court of Appeals found Friday.
A hot dog vendor who stabbed a dissatisfied patron in the head lost the appeal of his attempted murder conviction Friday. Robert Kadrovach and another man were selling hot dogs near a downtown Indianapolis bar late at night on June 21, 2014, when Ohnjay Walker and some friends left the bar to buy some franks. […]
The Indiana Court of Appeals found Wednesday that a man cannot have his attempted murder charge overturned because he was drunk at the time of the incident, writing that voluntary intoxication does not negate the specific intent to kill requirement of an attempted murder charge.
An Indianapolis police officer facing attempted murder and other charges for allegedly shooting a fellow officer was suicidal afterward and told a witness, "I shot my friend," an affidavit released Thursday shows.
An Alabama man was unable to convince the Indiana Court of Appeals that he was not behind several attacks on members of the Burmese community in Indianapolis two years ago. The judges affirmed Danny Cherry’s 80-year sentence for various crimes, including attempted murder.
A central Indiana man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for shooting two people before being shot by police.