A federal magistrate judge has granted local defendants’ motion to stay discovery in a case involving noncitizen U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees at the Clay County Jail while a motion to dismiss is pending.
Federal and local defendants in a case involving noncitizen U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees at the Clay County Jail are again asking a federal court to dismiss claims.
Noncitizen detainees who allege the Clay County Jail is using U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement funding to operate as a “cash cow” can proceed with part of their lawsuit, a federal judge has ruled.
A man who was a part of a duo that conducted a string of Indianapolis-area Kroger pharmacy robberies in 2016 did not convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that he was wrongly denied a petition for post-conviction relief.
Federal and local defendants in a case brought by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees at the Clay County Jail are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the jail’s relationship with federal immigration authorities.
Lawsuit alleges Clay Co. misappropriating funds from ICE, detention contract should be terminated due to poor conditions
Calling the agreement to hold U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees at the local jail a “cash cow,” a federal lawsuit alleges Clay County officials are unlawfully diverting funds required to care for ICE detainees to unrelated county expenses.
A trial court erroneously denied a motion to set aside default judgment against a building company when it considered that motion just one day after it was filed without giving notice to the defendants, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
A pattern jury instruction on motive used in a murder case adequately equipped the jury to perform its role in convicting a man who tried to decapitate a woman he killed, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
Immigration group drops suit against Clay Co. officials regarding jail project that could house more ICE detainees
A lawsuit alleging Clay County officials failed to provide transparency in developing plans for a possible expansion of the Clay County Justice Center in Brazil, which houses U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees, has been voluntarily dismissed.
A not-for-profit practice representing a coalition of immigrant-rights groups has filed a lawsuit against Clay County officials, alleging the county’s commissioners, county council and sheriff’s office have all failed to provide transparency in developing plans for a possible expansion of the Clay County Justice Center, which houses U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees.
A Clay County man’s child molesting conviction was upheld on Wednesday despite his argument that the results from his polygraph test shouldn’t have been admitted as evidence.
A western Indiana man who fatally shot another man during a February domestic disturbance won’t be charged in that killing because prosecutors determined he acted in self-defense.
Western Indiana authorities have filed two civil infractions against a Canadian semitrailer driver for a 2017 crash that killed two children. Amritpal Singh of Quebec, Canada, is accused of following too closely and driving too fast for the conditions.
Despite disproving of a jury instruction used to convict a man of felony resisting law enforcement, the Indiana Supreme Court reinstated his resisting conviction on Monday after finding the instruction error was harmless.
The father of a teenage girl who was fatally shot in a 1988 double-homicide in Brazil, Indiana, said he decided to give his first interviews about the killing in the hopes the three-decade-old case will finally be solved.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has affirmed the award of more than $56,000 in treble damages to a senior woman deprived of a written contract by a remodeling company while also finding the men who owned the company conducting the work were not personally liable to her.
The Indiana Supreme Court has certified or re-certified 42 judicial officers as senior judges for the coming year. The high court re-certified 33 senior judges and gave eight trial court judges and one magistrate received initial certification.
A Clay County defendant waived her Sixth Amendment right to a jury trial when she signed a form acknowledging the deadline to demand a jury, then missed that deadline, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in an opinion upholding the denial of the defendant’s untimely jury trial demand.