Court of Appeals of Indiana Judge Dana Kenworthy has officially joined the court’s bench.
Time of transition: David retires from Indiana’s high court with high praise
Last month, Justice Steven David officially retired from the state’s highest court and became a senior judge while now-Justice Derek Molter was sworn in as his successor.Read More
Soon-to-be justice: Molter picked by governor to fill Indiana Supreme Court opening
Humble, caring and collaborative is how soon-to-be Indiana Supreme Court Justice Derek Molter was described by colleagues and friends. On June 10, at the Indiana Statehouse, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that Molter, currently the most junior judge on the Court of Appeals of Indiana, will join the state’s highest bench as the 111th justice.Read More
The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Vectren energy, finding it followed state law when it changed its method of determining the credit its customers receive when producing excess solar and wind energy.
Justices deny transfer in 24 cases, including case regarding conviction for crime defendant ‘did not commit’
The Indiana Supreme Court denied transfer to 24 cases for the week ending Dec. 2, including one case that split the court.
A dispute involving a roof repair that led to a breach of contract claim and a counterclaim alleging a violation of the Indiana Deceptive Consumer Sales Act is headed for the Indiana Supreme Court after the justices granted transfer to the case.
Hands clasped with a soft smile on his face, Justice Derek R. Molter sat in the front row of a packed courtroom facing his empty seat on the Indiana Supreme Court bench.
The process of choosing Indiana’s newest appellate judge from three finalists selected earlier this month is underway.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb now has the names of the three finalists chosen by the state’s Judicial Nominating Commission to fill a vacancy on the Court of Appeals of Indiana left by now-Justice Derek Molter. Holcomb has until Dec. 22 to make his selection.
Two trial court judges and an attorney in private practice are the finalists to fill now-Justice Derek Molter’s seat on the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
A second round of interviews for the group of finalists vying for an opening on the Court of Appeals of Indiana has been scheduled for Oct. 12.
The seven-member Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission has selected six finalists for the Court of Appeals of Indiana to succeed Justice Derek Molter, who joined the Indiana Supreme Court earlier this month.
Given that the purpose of voir dire is to determine whether prospective jurors can be fair and impartial, shouldn’t denying a defendant the opportunity to directly question them be recognized as a violation of their rights?
New Indiana Supreme Court Justice Derek Molter has recused himself from his first case on the docket for a unique reason: He outpaced it to the high court.
Friends, family and colleagues will soon gather to say goodbye to the current longest-serving member of the Indiana Supreme Court. A celebration honoring retiring Justice Steven David’s career will be held at 2 p.m. Aug. 30 in the Supreme Court courtroom in Indianapolis.
Twelve Hoosier lawyers and judges have applied to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Court of Appeals of Indiana that will be left by Judge Derek Molter when he joins the Indiana Supreme Court next month.
Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush will fill in for Justice Steven David as the chair of the Marion County Judicial Selection Committee after he retires at the end of the month.
The current longest-serving member of the Indiana Supreme Court will hang up his robe at the end of the month.