A trial court’s decision to allow a jury to view four previously viewed exhibits in a felony robbery trial did not constitute fundamental error, the Court of Appeals of Indiana affirmed Wednesday.
‘A real judicial leader’: Judge Felix goes to COA with high praise, lofty goals
There was a moment during Judge Paul Felix’s remarks, after he was announced as the next Court of Appeals of Indiana judge, where he took a break from talking about the legal profession and thanking the various colleagues who’d helped him.Read More
‘Epitome of a leader’: Colleagues, friends praise COA Judge Robb into retirement
Court of Appeals of Indiana Judge Margret Robb retired, effective June 16, and has been granted senior status. Robb may be best known as the first elected female chief judge of the Court of Appeals. She was appointed to that role in 2011.Read More
Hamilton Circuit Judge Paul Felix has been named the newest judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana. Gov. Eric Holcomb made the announcement Thursday in his Statehouse office.
As she prepares to retire after 25 years on the appellate bench, Court of Appeals of Indiana Judge Margret Robb has been granted certification as a senior judge.
A split Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled the Patient’s Compensation Fund is entitled to summary judgment in a medical malpractice case.
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.
Writing on a “clean slate,” the Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed a finding that a man who had blue lights on the inside of his car committed an infraction.
Several candidates interviewed Monday afternoon for the upcoming vacancy on the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
Two lawyers and a judge are the finalists for an upcoming vacancy on the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
Indiana’s appellate judges came together with special guests on Wednesday to celebrate International Women’s Day at the Indiana Statehouse.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana is hiring for a new judge to take the bench this summer.
The July 2014 revision to Indiana’s criminal code has resulted in the Court of Appeals of Indiana vacating a child molesting conviction after finding that a jury instruction straddling both sides of the date of the revision could have confused jurors.
A subcontractor that sued a developer for breach of contract regarding payment after it completed the first phase of a construction project in Fort Wayne will not get relief from the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
Court of Appeals of Indiana Judge Dana Kenworthy has officially joined the court’s bench.
A trial judge must reissue its expungement order for a defendant who successfully argued that the court’s original order improperly omitted statutory language, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
A man who was pulled over for having an “inactive” car registration has convinced a split Court of Appeals of Indiana panel that evidence stemming from the stop should be suppressed.
An officer who hit a student in the face has lost his bid to overturn his conviction after the Court of Appeals of Indiana found his inclusion of a false statement in his report was sufficient evidence to support the verdict.
As Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow stepped to the podium to deliver the oath of admission to Indiana’s newest attorneys, she said she was going to try not to cry.
The National Association of Women Judges will be returning to the Hoosier State in October 2023 for its annual convention, which will bring judges from across the country and around the world to Indianapolis and put the spotlight on the Indiana legal community. Along with showcasing local lawyers, judges and law professors at the educational […]
A complaint against a title company and its underwriter that was dismissed without an opportunity to amend was properly thrown out despite an error, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed.