Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, an unwavering voice of moderate conservatism and the first woman to serve on the nation’s highest court, has died. She was 93.
Web Exclusive: Meet the Judges: Parke Circuit Judge Sam Swaim
When reflecting on why he wanted to go to law school, Parke Circuit Judge Sam Swaim said he was initially interested in joining the Federal Bureau of Investigation.Read More
Web Exclusive: Meet the Judges: Daviess Circuit Judge Gregory Smith
Daviess Circuit Judge Gregory Smith was on a completely different career path when his law school acceptance letter arrived.Read More
Web Exclusive: Meet the Judges: Crawford Circuit Judge Justin Mills
After graduating from Indiana State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Crawford Circuit Judge Justin Mills worked at an insurance company in the litigation department. That’s where the spark ignited.Read More
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The Marion County Judicial Selection Committee will conduct two days of interviews next month for two vacancies on the Marion Superior Court, including the vacancy created by the death of Judge Shatrese Flowers.
Following her curiosity: Chief Environmental Law Judge Davidsen preparing for retirement after 20 years
The path to judgeship wasn’t a straight shot for Chief Environmental Law Judge Mary Davidsen, but she let her curiosity lead her along the way.
The St. Joseph County Judicial Nominating Commission has announced five finalists for an upcoming judicial vacancy.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday adopted its first code of ethics, in the face of sustained criticism over undisclosed trips and gifts from wealthy benefactors to some justices, but the code lacks a means of enforcement.
A ceremony Thursday unveiled new commissioned portraits of Chief Judge Tanya Walton Pratt and Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson inside their respective courtrooms.
Memorial services for the late Marion Superior Judge Shatrese Flowers have been scheduled for Tuesday.
Applications open for Marion Superior Court vacancy following Flowers’ death; governor also accepting applications for Daviess Co. court
The Marion County Judicial Selection Committee has opened applications for the vacancy created by the death of Judge Shatrese Flowers. Gov. Eric Holcomb is also accepting applications for an upcoming vacancy on the Daviess Superior Court.
A Q&A with Marion Superior Judge Marc T. Rothenberg.
Longtime Marion County judicial officer Shatrese M. Flowers, most recently judge of Marion Superior Court 28, has died, the court announced Sunday.
2 aggravated battery convictions related to judges’ 2019 shooting overturned, but defendant’s self-defense, fundamental error claims rejected on appeal
The man convicted of aggravated battery and other charges in connection with the 2019 shooting of two Indiana judges will see two of his aggravated battery convictions overturned for a double jeopardy violation, although his other convictions were upheld.
Nine of South Carolina’s 16 elected prosecutors are asking to remove all legislators who are lawyers from a committee that decides which judicial candidates are put before the General Assembly for election.
The Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission has certified four new senior judges and recertified 21 others.
There were about 200 attendees, including dozens of international judges, at the 2023 National Association of Women Judges annual conference in Indianapolis earlier this month.
A manhunt for a suspect in the fatal shooting of a Maryland judge continued for a fourth day Sunday as authorities completed their search of an area where the suspect’s SUV was found.
The Marion County Judicial Selection Committee is accepting applications for an upcoming court vacancy, which will open when Judge Heather A. Welch retires in February.
Police are searching for a man suspected of fatally shooting a Maryland judge who had awarded custody of the suspect’s children to his wife on the day of the killing, authorities said Friday.
For all the references about his years in state government and that Harvard law degree, new Indiana Tax Court Judge Justin McAdam wanted everyone at his robing ceremony to have a more rounded backstory of how a wannabe scientist ended up on the bench.
South Carolina’s governor is requiring candidates nominated to be lower-level judges in South Carolina to submit the same kind of financial and background information as other statewide appointments.
Charles and Kathleen Moore are about to have their day in the U.S. Supreme Court over a $15,000 tax bill they contend is unconstitutional.