Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has filed a lawsuit against three people in Bartholomew County accused of scheming to defraud people seeking installations of manufactured homes.
Rokita facing lawyer discipline charges: Discipline complaint marks 2nd time in 4 years Indiana AG faces formal ethics complaint
For the second time in four years, the Indiana attorney general is facing lawyer discipline charges.Read More
Mediators play important role in AG’s Consumer Protection Division
Litigation isn’t the only means of resolving public complaints in the Indiana Attorney General’s Office. In fact, the office has a dedicated staff working every day to help consumers and businesses come to agreements outside of the court system.Read More
‘Ordered freedom’: AG Rokita sets agenda focused on ‘liberty’
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita recently sat down with Indiana Lawyer to answer questions about his first 100 days in office and his agenda for the next four years.Read More
Web Exclusive: COA considering legislation limiting child sex abuse victim depositions
A one-year-old law is before the Indiana Court of Appeals, which is considering whether the Legislature properly placed restrictions on when defense attorneys can take a deposition of a minor child alleged to be a victim of a sex crime.Read More
Hours after the Disciplinary Commission filed a complaint against Attorney General Todd Rokita for comments he made about Dr. Caitlin Bernard, he is seeking dismissal of the case, arguing that the action violates separation of powers and free speech rights.
Attorney General Todd Rokita has filed a lawsuit against Indiana University Health, alleging it failed to report, review and enforce privacy standards in connection with Dr. Caitlin Bernard talking publicly about an abortion she performed on a 10-year-old.
State defendants being represented by outside counsel in IPS lawsuit; commercial court consent refused
State defendants in a lawsuit brought by Indianapolis Public Schools regarding the sale of unused classroom buildings are being represented by outside counsel, rather than the Attorney General’s Office. They also refused consent to a commercial court docket.
When Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita issued the opinion in January this year declaring that delta-8 and hemp-derived products are illegal, law enforcement around the state took note — and some members of the hemp industry promptly filed suit.
The state has filed an appellant brief with the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and is requesting that the court vacate a district court injunction that preliminarily enjoined a law that would have banned gender transition procedures for Indiana minors.
The Indiana Attorney General’s Office has obtained a legal commitment from the Indianapolis Housing Agency to rectify living conditions at a downtown apartment building, the AG’s office announced Aug. 14.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s office has issued at least three civil investigative demands to medical providers as he continues to seek out information regarding gender-affirming care practices across the state.
The licenses of a southern Indiana funeral home and its director have been revoked following an investigation that found 31 decomposing bodies and 17 cremains being stored at the facility, the state’s attorney general announced Tuesday.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita released a fourth edition of his “Parents’ Bill of Rights” document Tuesday, outlining what Hoosier parents can do to “oversee and participate in the part of our children’s education that occurs outside of the home.”
In new filing, state says request to keep injunction against abortion ban in place is ‘improper in the extreme’
The Office of the Attorney General has filed its response to a petition for rehearing in the case against Indiana’s near-total abortion ban, urging the state’s high court to reject a request to keep an injunction against the ban in place, at least temporarily.
Indiana’s first and long-time solicitor general, Thomas M. Fisher, is leaving the Office of the Attorney General to take a job in the private sector, Attorney General Todd Rokita announced Wednesday.
The Indiana Medical Licensing Board has finalized administrative charges against Dr. Caitlin Bernard, who board members determined violated state and federal patient privacy laws when she publicly discussed a 10-year-old rape victim seeking an abortion.
Last week, former Attorney General Curtis Hill threw his hat into the ring to succeed Gov. Eric Holcomb. The social conservative is well-recognized around the state, complicating the calculus of candidates vying for the same electorate in the 2024 primary.
National Association for Gun Rights calls for nullification of Indianapolis gun proposal, restrictions
The National Association for Gun Rights is calling on Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita to nullify an Indianapolis City-County Council proposal aimed at curbing gun violence.
ACLU files brief urging federal court to throw out law banning human sexuality instruction in K-3 classrooms
On behalf of an Indianapolis school teacher, the American Civil Liberties of Indiana is continuing in efforts to obtain an injunction against a new state law that prohibits instruction on human sexuality in grades K-3.
AG’s office sues Willow Brook Apartments’ owner, property manager over unresponsiveness to tenants’ poor living conditions
An owner and property manager’s alleged neglect in maintaining an Indianapolis apartment complex comprised mostly of residents who are elderly, disabled or on fixed incomes has spurred the Indiana Attorney General’s Office to file a lawsuit.
Before former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill this week turned the GOP battle for governor into a four-way race, U.S. Sen. Mike Braun was widely considered the favorite among the evangelical conservative wing of the party.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is asking the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn the preliminary injunction entered against a new Indiana law banning gender transition care for minors.