Police in Indianapolis shot a burglary suspect who allegedly stabbed a police dog.
A man convicted of breaking into an elderly woman’s home and severely beating her could not convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that his felony convictions or sentence should be overturned.
A district court properly imposed an enhanced sentence on a man convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm because his three prior burglary convictions in Indiana qualified him for the enhancement, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
Sex crimes convictions, 650-year sentence upheld at COA, but dissenting judge points to pre-Wadle double jeopardy rules
The rape-related convictions that led to a man’s 650-year aggregate sentence will stand, as will the sentence itself, a split Court of Appeals of Indiana affirmed Monday in a ruling that included a dissent from one judge on the issue of double jeopardy.
A man convicted of the brutal murder of his ex-girlfriend, which included cannibalism, failed to convince the Indiana Supreme Court to overturn his sentence of life without parole.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana rejected a man’s claims that the state committed “trial by ambush” by allowing testimony and video evidence that showed him taking two cases containing Glock handguns.
A man who took a truck belonging to his deceased father from his ex-wife’s house has failed in his attempt to overturn his felony burglary conviction at the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
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 man who allegedly broke into U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s home and beat her 82-year-old husband in October pleaded not guilty Wednesday to six charges, including attempted murder, prosecutors said.
A man who previously convinced the Court of Appeals of Indiana to reduce his burglary conviction and sentence failed Wednesday in his second sentencing appeal.
A Wayne County father involved in a bloody robbery with his son did not find relief from his accomplice convictions at the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
A man who pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing an 82-year-old woman after breaking into her northeastern Indiana home has been sentenced to 95 years in prison.
A man found guilty of murder, robbery and other charges in the 2015 killing of an Indianapolis pastor’s wife during a break-in was sentenced Friday to 86 years in prison.
A man accused of killing an 82-year-old woman at Lake James last year would plead guilty to murder and burglary charges under a plea agreement if a judge accepts the deal.
Evidence found in Michigan that tied defendant to Indiana case properly admitted in Hoosier trial, COA rules
A man whose backpack was searched in Michigan and revealed evidence linking him to another crime in Indiana did not convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that the evidence should have been suppressed in his Indiana trial.
A judge declared a second mistrial Monday for a man charged in the 2015 killing of a pastor’s wife after jurors learned details about the Indianapolis case’s long history in the court system.
A copy of a video originally taken by a home security device was properly entered as evidence in convicting an Indiana man of burglary, according to the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
Indiana Supreme Court justices will hear two additional oral arguments this month, including cases regarding insurance coverage for a pair of Kokomo bars and the reversal of an armed burglary conviction.
A northwest Indiana man has been sentenced to community corrections and probation for breaking into a Hammond church with another man in 2019 and proceeding to ransack the sanctuary and its contents.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed the denial of a man’s expungement petition for a violent burglary he took part in two decades ago following a remand from the Indiana Supreme Court.