The negative collateral consequences a patient potentially faces from an involuntary temporary commitment order makes review of an expired order “meaningful” and not moot, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled, though it ultimately affirmed the commitment.
A man’s appeal of his expired temporary involuntary commitment order was not moot, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled Thursday. However, the COA also affirmed a trial’s court judgment that granted a petition for the man’s commitment.
A trial court ruled correctly when it granted the Brown County Board of Commissioners’ motion to dismiss a contractor’s complaint in a case centered around bidding for a hiking trail, the Court of Appeals of Indiana affirmed Friday.
From not getting bogged down by the idea of winning cases to taking a step back to put their health and families first, experienced attorneys and judges are offering advice for new lawyers just beginning their practices.
Inability to travel during pandemic gave man right to rescind Florida rental contract, split COA rules in reversal
An Indiana man prohibited by state order from traveling to a Florida vacation home during the COVID-19 pandemic had a right to rescind his rental contract, a split Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled Wednesday in reversing a small claims court’s decision.
A magistrate judge did not err in dismissing a protection order previously granted by a different court, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed.
The failure of two property owners to receive any of the multiple notices sent to them regarding the tax sale of their property did not create an “exceptional” case warranting the setting aside of the tax deed, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
A landlord was not entitled to damages and was ordered to return a security deposit after the Court of Appeals of Indiana found error at the trial court.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana granting rehearing Monday to a criminal recklessness case to clarify its reasoning as to why a constitutional violation was harmless error.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has ordered a trial court to reexamine a criminal forfeiture after granting the defendant’s motion for relief from the forfeiture, then granting the state’s motion reinstating it.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has reversed a contempt finding and ordered that the defendant be awarded credit time for the 28 days she spent in custody for contempt of court.
An Illinois man who trafficked a teenage girl across state lines has failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that his constitutional rights were violated during the investigation into the trafficking scheme in the Hoosier State.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana affirmed a criminal recklessness conviction Tuesday despite finding that the defendant’s state and constitutional rights were violated.
Can a Hoosier change his or her birth certificate to reflect his or her preferred gender marker? Depends on which Court of Appeals of Indiana judge you ask.
A Mooresville couple requesting a land easement of necessity for easier access to their pole barn will not be granted any such relief from the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
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.
Even though the driver was pulled over on a private roadway, the drugs seized as a result will still be admitted as evidence after the Court of Appeals of Indiana found the traffic stop was a mistake of fact and not a mistake of law.
As expected, Indiana’s three appellate judges on the ballot in this week’s election are poised to sail to retention.
The three Court of Appeals of Indiana judges sitting for retention in next month’s general election have received a vote of confidence from members of the Indiana State Bar Association.
The guardian of a man who was injured while working on a movie theater construction project has failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that a subcontractor for AMC Theatres owed the man a duty of care.