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Man entitled to commission, but a reduced amount

Because a former employee wasn’t aware of nor agreed to a plan that would effectively limit his earnings from selling crop insurance, the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed based on Indiana law that he was entitled to his commission he secured in 2005 even if premiums weren't received until later. The appellate court did, however, reduce the amount of money his former employer owed him due to draws and set-offs.

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Court gives grants for family projects

Fifteen projects in 18 Indiana counties are receiving grants from the Indiana Supreme Court aimed at family court projects,
including Madison and Parke counties that are the newest to join the effort that’s been in place since 1999.

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Improper venue doesn’t require acquittal

Even though the Hamilton Superior Court erred in concluding it was the proper venue for a felony child solicitation charge, the error doesn't warrant an acquittal of the conviction, the Indiana Court of Appeals concluded today. The case was remanded for retrial in the proper venue of Madison County.

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