The Indiana Court of Appeals ordered a new trial in a negligence suit due to a car accident after finding the trial court
shouldn’t have allowed a psychologist to testify the plaintiff got a brain injury as a result of the accident.
The Indiana Court of Appeals today affirmed a jury’s decision that upheld a will after the decedent’s children
questioned whether the will was executed properly and whether the trial court erred in rejecting a jury instruction regarding
In a case of first impression, the Court of Appeals reversed and remanded with instructions a trial court’s modification
of a criminal sentence from a Class D felony to a Class A misdemeanor nine years after the appellee-defendant pleaded guilty
to operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
For the first time, the Indiana Court of Appeals has decided that a title insurance agent is not also an agent of the title
insurance company with respect to escrow and closing services.
The Indiana Court of Appeals was faced with competing constitutional rights today: a mother’s right to free political
speech versus her daughter’s right to privacy as to whether her father allegedly sexually abused her.
The Indiana Court of Appeals says a ruling by the state justices last year can’t be used to stop juvenile courts from
ordering juveniles to register as sex offenders.
Each judge on an Indiana Court of Appeals panel weighed in with a separate opinion as to how much pretrial credit time a defendant, who pleaded guilty to one charge – other charges were dismissed – is entitled to, or if he is entitled to any time at all.
The Indiana Court of Appeals reversed a trial court's ruling to involuntarily terminate a mother's parental rights to her young twins, finding the court issued deficient termination orders and lacked clear and convincing evidence to terminate the parental rights.