The Indiana Court of Appeals has dismissed a man’s interlocutory appeal arguing his Sixth Amendment rights were violated after it found the defendant was partially responsible for the delay in his trial and there wasn’t enough evidence to conclude official negligence by the state.
Prosecutor hesitant but other agencies see benefit in relocating to new Marion County Community Justice Campus
Detailed plans that carefully choreograph the movement of each box and piece of furniture are being set into motion as the Marion County courts and jails begin the process of relocating from downtown Indianapolis to the new Community Justice Campus on the east side of the city. The move-in dates are now just months away for the $567 million justice campus campus that broke ground in 2018.
Marion Circuit Judge Sheryl L. Lynch will temporarily step down from her seat on the bench after informing the court that she is taking a medical leave of absence.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a petition for a rehearing filed by the Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County, letting stand a decision that found patients can enforce the rights outlined in the Federal Nursing Home Reform Act.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has affirmed the denial of a man’s request for $8,000 in attorney fees in a small claims case after roughly $350 was deducted from his paychecks for damaging a client’s property.
A non-emergency hate crimes hotline has been launched to serve Hoosiers living in Marion County. The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office announced the new resource on Monday.
The Indiana Automobile Insurance Plan was properly awarded summary judgment against an insurance company that did not notify it of a multi-million-dollar loss, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett said Tuesday he would “prefer” that the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office relocate to the county’s new Community Justice Campus.
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office hasn’t decided whether it will move to the city’s new Community Justice Campus or remain in its downtown Indianapolis location for years to come.
A Lawrence couple will not be compelled to arbitration over a sewage dispute with their homebuilder at this time, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in a Friday reversal, finding an order to do so by the Marion Superior Court was “premature.”
A trial court will need to recalculate pre- and post-judgment interest in a case in which a doctor was awarded millions in damages after suing a Carmel hospital, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled.
Picture-perfect anniversary: Indianapolis Legal Aid Society marks 80 years of representing low-income clients
On a sultry August afternoon, attorneys, administrative staff, board members and friends of the Indianapolis Legal Aid Society assembled on the steps of the nonprofit’s building and had their picture taken. The people had gathered to commemorate the 80th anniversary of ILAS.
The Marion County Circuit and Superior Courts have announced they will again require visitors and employees to wear face masks in local courthouses beginning Tuesday due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the county, regardless of vaccination status.
A man convicted of two counts of resisting law enforcement has won a reversal after the Indiana Court of Appeals found that certain evidence admitted at trial constituted reversible error.
More than half of Indiana’s counties lost population during the last decade, according to U.S. Census figures released Thursday showing the state’s growth around Indianapolis and its other largest cities.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported 2,234 new cases of COVID-19, the highest number of new cases since Feb. 6, when 2,855 were reported. The state said more than 2.98 million Hoosiers had been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Tuesday at 5 a.m.
An Indianapolis man who says he was paralyzed while being taken to jail in 2019 has filed a federal lawsuit alleging officers threw him head-first into the back of a van that had no safety restraints.
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office this month will recommence its efforts to reinstate the driver’s licenses of noncustodial parents who are willing to make affordable payments toward their child support orders.