The Indiana Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Wednesday in a case involving a man who was convicted of 10 counts of misdemeanor invasion of privacy but whose sentence was sharply reduced by a split Court of Appeals of Indiana.
Alleged act of viewing protected person’s Instagram is sufficient for charging information, COA affirms
Allegations that a man viewed a protected person’s Instagram posts are sufficient to charge him with invasion of privacy, the Court of Appeals of Indiana affirmed Friday.
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.
An Indianapolis attorney has been suspended from the practice of law for at least 60 days following his convictions for misdemeanor invasion of privacy.
Judge rules children of ex-fertility doc Cline can proceed with 3 claims against Netflix, dismisses 2 others
Children who were fathered by disgraced Indianapolis fertility specialist Donald Cline can proceed with three of their claims against Netflix and a production company, but a federal judge dismissed identity deception and theft claims.
A man’s repeated letters to his ex-wife violated a no-contact order but did not warrant an aggregate sentence of 3,000 days for misdemeanor invasion of privacy, a split Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled Thursday.
Ex-AG Hill wins summary judgment on defamation, invasion of privacy claims; federal case dismissed with prejudice
Former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has secured another victory in the yearslong legal fallout from accusations that he drunkenly groped four women at a party, this time winning summary judgment in state court.
An Indianapolis man charged in the killings of three people will remain jailed without bond until trial after he violated a release order by allegedly being found with guns, ammunition and marijuana, a judge ruled.
2 ‘secret children’ of ex-Indy fertility doctor sue Netflix for allegedly revealing their identities without permission
Two Marion County women who discovered they were among the nearly 100 “secret children” of a former Indiana fertility doctor that inspired the popular Netflix documentary “Our Father” are suing the film’s producers, claiming their identities were revealed without their consent.
A woman claiming she experienced invasion of privacy after someone other than her doctor accessed her medical records and shared them with her employer did not sway the Court of Appeals of Indiana differently on its second time hearing the case.
Two people have been arrested after one of them allegedly tried to take a 1-year-old child from a shopping cart in a central Indiana Walmart store.
The St. Joseph Superior Court violated the constitutional rights of a South Bend man when it excluded him from his jury trial after failing multiple pretrial drug tests, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled.
No-contact orders cannot be issued to protect dead people, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in a Friday reversal for a man who sent an apology letter to a deceased person he previously committed fraud against.
A Fort Wayne woman who pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing her husband during an altercation in a parking lot has been sentenced to 32½ years in prison.